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  • n. Plural form of pelmeni.


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  • Things that we have discovered here include smoked cod's liver and mackerel fillets in tins which is not the whole story, wonderful jams and preserves, imported cakes and biscuits, the full range of genuine Italian pastas and tinned tomatoes plus a freezer groaning with unexpected treasures like pelmenis pierogies; this is the Jewish end of Carlisle Street after all and the recent influx of Russian Jews is having an effect on the foods here.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • "Then they served tiny pelmenis, kopeck-size, in a small frying pan baked under cheese and mayonnaise,

    Total WonKerr


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