For the most part they filled in what they had overlooked in the first volume--some more Yiddish, including a full range of culinary delights from chunt or chulent to kishke
and kreplach, to which may be added klafteh (bitch, from the Aramaic kalbta), stutz (one-night stand, fling), tzingaleh (hand-rolled cigarette; joint), and tzitzim or tzitzkes (tits); some more Arabic: achia (great
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
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
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
They order the chopped liver, tongue and kishke
(beef intestine casings stuffed with brisket fat or chicken fat, matzo meal, onions and carrots).
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.
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
Then a festive meal of chicken soup for good health and meat, kishke
, and potato kigl to fill the stomach.
The "Flying Purple People Eater" that had bobby-soxers running for their lives was really a klezmer-loving "Flying Poiple Kishke
Eater" who parachutes out of the sky with "eyes like latkes.
And she'll be asking them what it's like living and working as a Jew in Hollywood, where they seek our spirituality, where they seek out Jewish delis, and how they maintain a sense of strong sense cultural identity (or don't) in a business thatwhile heavily Jewish in its history and ranks, isn't always in its kishkes
Their European childhoods deeply steeped in old world Judaism in their kishkes
, evolved into new world struggles, sorrows, and yearnings, filled with new issues, new visions, and new situations.