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“There are hilarious selections by Yiddish accented singer Mickey Katz belting out songs that revere and make fun of traditional Jewish foods such as gefilte fish.”
“And finally: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has an important new mission: helping Rep. Don Manzullo (R-IL) get U.S. gefilte fish to Israel in time for Passover, even though the country has “imposed a 120% duty on imported gefilte, drying up the market.””
“Even though Bubbe Mary was a rogue capitalist, she dropped every spare dime and quarter into a blue and white tin charity box that she kept in her pantry, right next to the jars of gefilte fish and red beet horseradish.”
“His hands smell of metal and gefilte fish, which he makes sometimes himself in the meat grinder.”
“Mrs. Pearl, who suffered from severe swelling of the lower legs which necessitated the use of a walker, offered him gefilte fish, assuring him it was delicious.”
“But even though we technically got the worm, we need to ask ourselves this: who has a repertoire of jolly carols, fresh-baked cookies, and brilliant trees, and who has gefilte fish?”
“My bedroom overlooked Central Park and all I had to do was just sit at the breakfast table with him while he ate his gefilte fish.”
“*** My mom was a wonderful cook, but she wasn't one to explore exotic flavors, with all due respect to gefilte fish.”
“The gefilte fish is made of wild halibut and served with beet and horseradish tartare and a parsley vinaigrette.”
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