latke


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Synonyms for latke

made of grated potato and egg with a little flour

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Latkes are one of the world's very oldest culinary creations, originating in Biblical times as small discs of fried dough.
The Great Latke Fry is more than just a mere cooking competition.
Squeeze excess moisture out of full batch and drop into pan, about 2 tablespoons per latke.
Although outnumbered by sufganiya fans, Israeli latke lovers continue to keep the tradition alive, albeit with new7 twists.
Also on hand was Stop & Shop consumer advisor Andrea Astrachan, who whipped up sweet potato, chickpea, kofta, Sephardic-style, Asian, and sorrel latkes, over which attendees flipped.
This highly innovative reflection of scholarly endeavor started in November 1946 with the first University of Chicago academic debate on the relative merits of the latke versus the hamantash.
And in Lake Grove, NY, a 23-year-old mechanical engineering student has downed 46 latkes (potato pancakes) in eight minutes to win a contest at a Long Island deli.
the "Company" or "Jones Soda" or "Jones"), announces today that it is tossing aside the Turkey & Gravy and bringing Christmas Ham and Latke Sodas to the table this year with two new limited edition holiday themed packs.
But beyond the latke canon lies a world of Hanukkah delicacies.
The Latke Song": This song by the Jewish singer Debbie Friedman is a fanciful take on the traditional potato pancakes eaten during Hanukkah.
This not only speeds up the baking, it also washes away some of the starch, which results in a crispier latke.
Now, some of my favorite latke varieties include zucchini, sweet potato curry, or variations on the traditional potato that include such additions as celery root (also known as celeriac) and apple.
Walker is one of the kitchen mavens cooking up special batches of her favorite recipe - using shredded russet potatoes, browned onions, green apple matzo, eggs and salt - for a latke cook-off the temple is sponsoring this evening.
But Hannukah's greatest treat (that's right, latke, you overrated waste of oil you) is about to get a major upgrade when a popular Israeli restaurant unleashes deep-fried armageddon by stuffing their sufganiyot with grilled meats.
Rabbi Green led the group in a song of his own lyrics: "Have a latke, Hanukkah is here," he sang.