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Synonyms for borscht

a Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation

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American Jews, according to the film, could now "go anywhere" in the country, and "no longer felt tied to the Borscht Belt.
This feeling of community comes through powerfully in Borscht Belt Bungalows, and it is complemented by Richman's integration of his own personal remembrances of growing up in the family colony.
Sonia's Hot Winter Borscht 5 to 7 large beets (about 4 lb.
About 100 miles northwest of New York City, the Borscht Belt was a convenient escape from the city's sweltering summers.
How will these paintings spanning 1985 to 2001--including various Borscht Belt joke montages, car hoods, and abstractions--fare in a climate rapidly chilling to appropriation, irony, and "bad painting"?
Ethnic kosher foods," on the other hand, are products that are "kosher by design"--such items as gefilte fish, matzoh, schav and borscht (both types of soup), and other traditional ethnic Jewish food products.
When borscht arrived in America via Eastern European Jewish immigrants, it was a mystery food.
For what could well be a cross between ``Saturday Night Live,'' ``My Big Fat Greek Wedding'' and Borscht Belt shtick at the Hudson Main Stage drew howls from a mostly Arab-American audience, from tradition-bound immigrants to their next-gen offspring.
Legerity's Le88111 VoicePort product is the industry's first solution to provide complete BORSCHT functionality of a single channel FXS within a single device.
The constant Brooks-ian undertone of Borscht Belt humor was a wonderful backdrop to the self-importantly Goyishe world of big-time espionage.
The VE880 VoicePort(tm) Series, is the world's first one channel, two channel and one-and-a-half channel telephone line interface solution to implement all BORSCHT voice functionality, from the high voltage subscriber line interface to the microprocessor digital interface.
That man is Yuri Orlov (Nicolas Cage), a Ukranian immigrant who eschews the family's Brighton Beach borscht restaurant in favor of meeting a human need he believes to be just as basic as food - the means to murder.
The first place winner will receive a spa treatment Russian style, including a borscht bath and caviar facial.
Blueberries can go in a martini, salsa, borscht or steak sauce, notes Linda Dannenberg, author of the recently released ``True Blueberry'' (Stewart, Tabori & Chang; $22.
The Si3220 and Si3225 are both low voltage CMOS devices that provide all BORSCHT functions.