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Variant of rugelach.
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He counted to twenty, then released the word again, as if it were a missile he could guide past the Hasidic lady wiping drool off her baby's cheek, past a waiter sagging under a platter of rugalach, to land, hopefully, on one balding old man sitting on a beige sofa with two old fogies on either side.
Prevented from distributing food in the park, hungry protesters lined up along the sidewalk for hot pasta and cold sandwiches, apple crumb cake, rugalach, and an colorful variety of Christmas cookies.
The three were enjoying a batch of homemade rugalach, a traditional Jewish pastry when it came to them that it would be a great ice cream ingredient.
We sampled the collection of rugalach and, honestly, couldn't bear to share them.