knish

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n knish (Yiddish) a baked or fried turnover filled with potato or meat or cheese; often eaten as a snack
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Usage


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Rogers Luncheonette, Ben's Best Delicatessen Restaurant, and the Knish Nosh: Three classic eateries untouched by time.
Knish , age 88 of Le Center, died on Saturday, October 6, 1012 at the Benedictine Living Community in St Peter.
Virginia M Knish , age 88 of Le Center died on Saturday, October 6, 1012 at the Benedictine Living Community in St Peter.
This week we're reverting to an old favorite—what's better than a Potato Knish prepared in under an hour for a midnight snack.
Heather Quinlan is serving knishes and egg creams at a screening of "If These Knishes Could Talk" — her unfinished documentary that's all about the New York accent.
They also offer a variety of sides, but when I think Jewish sides, I think knishes , which leads me to my third time-defying stop.
Despite its move, and a new owner, the Knish Nosh has remained true to its original product — knishes .
Originally they offered only potato, kasha, and liver knishes .
Rogers Luncheonette, Ben's Best Delicatessen Restaurant, and the Knish Nosh : Three classic eateries untouched by time.
Buffalo & Bergen Will Offer Knishes Made by Jamie Leeds.
Beyond Corned Beef and a Knish.
Buffalo & Bergen Will Offer Knishes Made by Jamie Leeds .
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