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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.

    ArtScene: This Week's Top Exhibitions in the Western U.S. (August 17-21, 2010)

  • There, she makes quick versions of kosher staples such as gefilte fish as well as more sophisticated dishes such as seared tuna.

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  • 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.”

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 1, 2010

  • 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.

    Roseanne Archy

  • His hands smell of metal and gefilte fish, which he makes sometimes himself in the meat grinder.

    Deadly

  • 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.

    What Is Life?

  • 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?

    Danny Licht: Jews for Christmas, or How to Make the Holidays Less Blue

  • 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.

    George Heymont: Getting Things Off Their Chest (VIDEOS)

  • *** My mom was a wonderful cook, but she wasn't one to explore exotic flavors, with all due respect to gefilte fish.

    I Say Tomato, You Say Tabasco. Lots of It.

  • The gefilte fish is made of wild halibut and served with beet and horseradish tartare and a parsley vinaigrette.

    A Taste of the Borscht Belt

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