Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A dish made of boiled rice or other grain with honey or hydromel and raisins.

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  • "We start with kutia, which is wheat and honey and poppy seed, and then we'll make our way to the varenyky, which are kind of like perogies," said Bondarchuk.

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  • Polish Catholics eat kutia on Christmas Eve to celebrate the imminent birth of the savior.

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  • “If you please, half-a-pound of currants, four pounds of sugar, and three pounds of rice for the kutia.”

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  • "If you please, half-a-pound of currants, four pounds of sugar, and three pounds of rice for the kutia."

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