matzah ball


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Noun1.matzah ball - a Jewish dumpling made of matzo mealmatzah ball - a Jewish dumpling made of matzo meal; usually served in soup
dumpling, dumplings - small balls or strips of boiled or steamed dough
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After all, matzah ball soup, while still a darling of the Jewish people, has become just about as widely beloved as bagels and lox.
Neither Chabad nor the students it serves see a contradiction between praying in a reform minyan at Hillel on a Friday night, and then soaking in some matzah ball soup and wholesome yiddishkeit vibes at the Chabad house afterwards.
Her newest book makes it easy to go beyond matzah ball soup, brisket and all the usual Eastern European dishes to the healthy, flavorful foods of the Mediterranean Jewish table.
The three-course Seder will include homemade meal options including a mesclun and arugula salad, roasted beet salad, choice of matzah ball and potato leek soups, braised prime beef brisket, chicken breast Marsala, Moroccan salmon, scrumptious desserts, the traditional four cups of wine, soft drinks and full-service bar.
The seder includes ceremonial foods and a full-course catered meal with vegetarian matzah ball soup, salad, vegetarian main course, tzimmes (carrot and sweet potato casserole) and dessert.
For the kids, and anyone who is young at heart, comes Rite Lite's 'The Game of Four' Passover educational card game for ages 6 and up, a 16-piece wood Passover puzzle, Passover frog plush hand puppet, ceramic Matzah ball salt and pepper shakers in a gift box, and Kosherfest's 'Best New Passover Product' for 2007 -- Ten Plagues in Pyramid Box, distributed by Shulsinger Judaica, Brooklyn, N.
Matzah Ball Gumbo, Gasper Goo Gefilte Fish, and Big Momma's Kreplach: Exploring Southern Jewish Foodways.
Lerman, though, is still stinging from the loss of the matzah ball title to Eric "Badlands" Booker, an African American subway conductor from Queens.
I visited a Bahai temple, tasted matzah ball soup in our cafeteria, studied Wicca, learned about Rosh Hashanah and Ramadan, discovered why Muslim women wear a headscarf and what a yarmulke is, participated in interfaith dialogues, listened to Sikh music, and so much else.
The drivers fondly called the operation "The Matzah Ball Express.
On Jewish holidays, my mother's kitchen in Memphis fills with smells of brisket, roasted chicken, noodle kugel, matzah ball soup, honey cake, and babka, all derived from central- and eastern-European Jewish food traditions.
Mix matzah meal with schmaltz and you have that most iconic of Yiddish dishes: the matzah ball.