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these lovely creations are a main staple in my diet
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the greatest gifts the Joos have ever bestowed upon us, in order:

1. Sandy Koufax

2. the Knish

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this thread took a dark turn

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i've never had one of these creations...what's the fuss all about?

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thodoks wrote:
i've never had one of these creations...what's the fuss all about?


they are very delicious..they come in a wide range of choices


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Doug RR wrote:
thodoks wrote:
i've never had one of these creations...what's the fuss all about?


they are very delicious..they come in a wide range of choices

what are they though, Doug RR? and what would be the best cocktail with which to wash one down?

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thodoks wrote:
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thodoks wrote:
i've never had one of these creations...what's the fuss all about?


they are very delicious..they come in a wide range of choices

what are they though, Doug RR? and what would be the best cocktail with which to wash one down?


i'll let wiki tell you:

A knish consists of a filling covered with dough that is either baked, grilled, or deep fried. Knishes can be purchased from street vendors in urban areas with a large Jewish population, sometimes at a hot dog stand.
In the most traditional versions, the filling is made entirely of mashed potato, ground meat, sauerkraut, onions, kasha (buckwheat groats) or cheese. More modern varieties of fillings feature sweet potatoes, black beans, fruit, broccoli, tofu or spinach.


I usually just get the mashed potato ones that have cheese, mushroom and onion...a beer goes well with them


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like a large, jewish pierogi?

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thodoks wrote:
like a large, jewish pierogi?


not really..pierogi's are closer to ravioli or tortellini...does KC have a jewish neighborhood?


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Doug RR wrote:
does KC have a jewish neighborhood?

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the potato knish. food of the gods! well, not Jesus, I guess :)

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Doug RR wrote:
I usually just get the mashed potato ones that have cheese, mushroom and onion...a beer goes well with them

This is relevant to my interests.

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I wonder if Potatojunkie has had one of these


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You know, still never had one.

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you know where I had one of the best knishs ever? Shea Stadium. surprising

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I love eating knishes at ( katzs in new york
I remember they where always good
I remember eating there when i was just 9 or 10 years old im now 45
Lol getting old ,
One place i havnt tryed yet its also in new york
I dont know if I'm spelling it right
(carnegies) ive seen this restaurant on the foodnetwork
It looked great , did any one in here eat at carnegies ?
If so, whats it like?


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 Post subject: Re: Knish
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Doug RR wrote:
these lovely creations are a main staple in my diet

probably hard to track down a knish in the city of angels :(


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Koufax wrote:
you know where I had one of the best knishs ever? Shea Stadium. surprising

I was just going to write that. Those were delicious Knishes.


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