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  • n. Alternative spelling of kishke.


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  • It's a traditional Jewish deli that serves kishka, whitefish salad, and pastrami piled like a skyscraper.

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  • Sometimes more like a Summer Sausage, others a full on Kielbasa...right now, a freakin' kishka up in there!

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  • New year: new car; they go together like kishka and kuggel.

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  • Hall didn't grow up eating bacon-wrapped matzo balls, but haggis, schmaltz and kishka were often on the table.

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  • Adele loved chulent and kishka and used expressions like nishtugedach in her everyday conversation.

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  • Jewish, like rugelach (stuffed and rolled pastries), babka (cakes filled with chocolate, cinnamon-nut or almond paste) and kishka (beef intestine stuffed with matzo meal).

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  • Eastern European kishka is a blood sausage made with pig's blood and barley or buckwheat, with pork intestines used as casing.

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  • "Is that a kishka in your pocket, or are you just happy to grope me?"

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  • I already told my buddies in Lawrence we'll serve cholent and kishka in Washington every Thursday afternoon. "

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  • Although such chitlin / kishka connections are hardly without precedent (Paterson's Senate predecessor, Leon Bogues spoke Yiddish, while his successor, Bill Perkins, truly understand the meaning of "Chutzpah"

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