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  • I could go on: no chrain, no garlicky new green pickles, and how could they have run out of chicken soup the day I went?

    Restaurant review: Mishkin's

  • I said chrain, the killer condiment that mixes beetroot and horseradish, should be on the menu.

    Restaurant review: Mishkin's

  • She was careful to get rid of the evidence so that all wed see were warmed oblong loaves, delicious on our plates next to a dollop of chrain, or horseradish.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Admiring the contrast between chrain beetroot and horseradish purée and Parmesan and bone marrow sauce on brown toast was the best we managed.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • It is useful only as a sponge for the seasoned horseradish and the chrain, or beet relish, each energetically bright and pungent, and each deserving a better foil.

    NYT > Home Page

  • And like the fish it accompanies, chrain is also easy to make at home and much better than the jarred equivalent.

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  • A relish made from beetroot and horseradish; it's the traditional tracklement to boiled tongue and beef.


    "Everyone I spoke with, whether British or American, seemed to agree on one thing: Gefilte fish must be eaten with this sharp horseradish-and-vinegar condiment. And like the fish it accompanies, chrain is also easy to make at home and much better than the jarred equivalent." --Aaron Kagan, Forward.com, November 2015

    November 16, 2015