from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of rugelach.
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- n. Alternative spelling of rugelach.
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The man who stole your heart and vanished like the last rugalach on the plate at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting?
He knew the lexicon of delicatessen nosh backwards—the bagels, the challas, the kes, the wursts, the apricot and almond rugalach, and of course the chopped herrings and chopped livers in all their subtle variations.
Everybody knows where to get your rugalach in Jerusalem.
Long-time Brooklyn resident and pastry chef Erica Kalick stood in the dining room of Clem Labine’s Park Slope townhouse on Sunday afternoon and discussed two very different topics: the rugalach that she had made for the party and the ongoing fight against the Atlantic Yards project.
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