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kish·ke

also kish·ka  (kĭsh′kə)
n.
1. Beef or chicken intestine that is stuffed with a seasoned mixture of matzo meal or flour, onion, and suet and is prepared by boiling and roasting. Also called derma, stuffed derma.
2. also kishkes Informal The abdomen or guts: The ball hit me in the kishkes.

[Yiddish, from Russian kishka, intestine; see (s)keu- in Indo-European roots.]
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kishke

(ˈkɪʃkə)
n
(Cookery) a beef or fowl intestine or skin stuffed with flour, onion, etc, and boiled and roasted
[Yiddish: gut, probably from Russian kishka]
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kish•ke

or kish•ka

(ˈkɪʃ kə)

n., pl. -kes or -kas.
1. a dish of beef or fowl casing stuffed as with flour, fat, and onions, and roasted.
2. kishkes, Slang. the innermost parts; guts.
[1935–40; < Yiddish < Slavic; compare Polish kiszka sausage]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kishke - (Judaism) roasted fowl intestines with a seasoned filling of matzo meal and suet
Judaism - the monotheistic religion of the Jews having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Torah and in the Talmud
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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Dinner Includes: Gefilte fish, chopped liver, Matzoh ball soup, brisket and roasted chicken, Kishke, potatoes and vegetables, wine and dessert.
As a form of hatred it's impossible to encounter it, regardless of who you are and what faith you were raised in, without being affected on a very human, kishke (gut) level.
(6) At home, families would have enjoyed the Yiddish staples of gefilte fish, chicken soup, gribinyes, and cholent with kishke, at weekly Sabbath meals, (7) and rye bread, schmaltz herring, pickles and similar foods more frequently.
It serves what could well be the best Jewish food this side of New York: chicken soup with matzo ball or kreplach, potato pancakes, kishke, herring...
A no-frills, canteen-style deli, it serves what could well be the best Jewish food this side of New York: chicken soup with matzo ball or kreplach, potato pancakes, kishke, herring...
They order the chopped liver, tongue and kishke (beef intestine casings stuffed with brisket fat or chicken fat, matzo meal, onions and carrots).
But then McCain lost to a man of Muslim ancestry whose middle name was "Hussein." Worse, as Atlantic journalist Jeffrey Goldberg fretted, he didn't seem to have it in his "kishke" or "gut" when it came to Israel.
Evenshtein advises, "wash the kishke on the outside, turn it inside out, wash the inside well, and turn it back the way it was" (Evreiskaia kukhnia, p.
Dinner includes Gefilte fish, chopped liver, Matzoh ball soup, brisket and roasted chicken, Kishke, potatoes and vegetables, wine and dessert.
Deli food found a broader market (at least the more mainstream items: pastrami, not kishke), even as postwar Jews began to distance themselves from those foods in favor of other options.
Here's all you need to know: when shooting a zombie early on in the film, one of the brave Israeli he-men looks at the creature's exposed entrails and quips what is probably the greatest line in any horror movie ever: "Looks like kishke. Cholent for Shabbat."
Then a festive meal of chicken soup for good health and meat, kishke, and potato kigl to fill the stomach.