knish

[ UK /nˈɪʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. (Yiddish) a baked or fried turnover filled with potato or meat or cheese; often eaten as a snack
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How To Use knish In A Sentence

  • The important thing is that a knish is a delicious little starchy thing and I try not to indulge in them too often! Blisstree
  • Why do you think politicians go around munching on pizzas, knishes and egg rolls on the campaign trail?
  • HaveFun is right …. the unique healthful flavor of simple kosher food … the low-fat joys of chicken liver … the low-salt melange of pastrami and corned beef … the low-cholesterol beauty of schmaltz … the low-carb wonder of the knishPROFILE: Midtown Lunch’er “Amy” | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • This means that of an evening I can choose to eat Cuban-Chinese nosh, a Polish dumpling or a Jewish knish.
  • In the window, right before one's very eyes, one could feast on the vision of hot dogs and knishes sizzling on the grill.
  • The potato knish is the obvious choice for novices but the bakery keeps it fresh with seasonal flavors such as pumpkin for Halloween and newfangled choices like jalape ñ o cheddar. Old Flavors of the Lower East Side
  • After a whirlwind tour of the nearby Aquarium, Jupiter had his first potato knish - a turnover stuffed with mashed potatoes. JANAKY AND THE GIANT
  • Seiffert's free verse is not as good as her debonair balladry, nor are the poems of Elijah Hay equal to those of Emanuel Morgan or Anne Knish.
  • A knish is a fried or baked pastry filled with meat and vegetables. undefined
  • The folded pizza slice, the hot dog and the crusty knish have a built-in mobility that lets hungry New Yorkers eat on the street.
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