Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of knish.

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Examples

  • The bakery, still run by family members, hasn't changed much in 100 years, with its dumbwaiter to deliver the knishes from the cellar.

    Old Flavors of the Lower East Side

  • According to Ziegelman, knishes, egg rolls and hot dogs all underwent the same American transformation.

    Melting Pot Cooks Up New American Cuisine

  • Since 1910, Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery has been cranking out knishes and blintzes for tourists and New Yorkers; Barbra Streisand and Woody Allen are said to be fans.

    Old Flavors of the Lower East Side

  • Just a few blocks away from the glitz and polish of some of New York's newest, fashionable restaurants on the Bowery, are the old standbys of yesteryear, the real Lower East Side of pastrami, bagels and knishes.

    Old Flavors of the Lower East Side

  • Yonah Schimmel, 137 East Houston at Forsyth Street, serves knishes daily begining at 9 a.m.

    Old Flavors of the Lower East Side

  • Since 1910, Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery has been cranking out knishes and blintzes for tourists and New Yorkers.

    Knishes Since 1910

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The bakery has served soft, handmade knishes since 1910 and is still run by family members.

    Knishes Since 1910

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The knishes are baked in a brick oven in the basement.

    Knishes Since 1910

  • Other knishes include potato, mushroom and red cabbage.

    Knishes Since 1910

  • Another draw: dozens of gourmet food trucks, which line both sides of the market with fare ranging from knishes to Ethiopian injera.

    Vintage Craze Enlivens Antiques Fair

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