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Synonyms for matzoh

brittle flat bread eaten at Passover

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Ferris, Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005).
But "The Sounds of Yiddish" is a quintessentially shameless and tasty exploration of the word-food connection, as title glides into opening line "splat like matzoh broken and dropped/in the egg-milk mix for matzobrei," and later lines smack their sibilants:
The myth of ritual murder was based on the preposterous idea that Jews cannot make matzoh without Christian blood.
That could also explain why I put on weight around Passover, all that matzoh goes straight to my hips.
Of course, it wouldn't be a Jewish cookbook without some old favorites, so there are recipes for such traditional fare as chicken soup with matzoh balls, rugelach, and gefilte fish (probably the most challenging dish in the volume).
The Afikoman is a half-piece of matzoh that is eaten in the Passover Seder to signify the end of the festival meal.
But her new comments were expected to raise eyebrows, as "blood libel" historically refers to the slander that Jews use the blood of Christian babies to make Passover matzoh, a myth used to justify pogroms and other repression.
Because Mitzvah doesn't understand some common Jewish holiday customs, he makes many hilarious faux pas with his new family, eating matzoh balls, learning about Shabbat customs, and pouncing on David and Rachel's spinning dreidels at Hanukkah.
The line, as introduced in the last month, featured Ronne's Ruglach, Matzoh Crunch, and Coconut Macaroon.
Wheat is the main ingredient in many of our favorite foods like pasta, couscous, bagels, matzoh, breakfast cereals, pancakes, and a broad array of packaged foods.
Sometimes I'll remind Jewish customers that they can't have bread during Passover, but they can have matzoh.
The holiday meal will begin with gefilte fish accompanied by horseradish, followed by chicken soup with matzoh balls.
For Arab readers, the blood libel goes back centuries and refers to an egregious lie that Jews use the blood of Christian children in baking a cake, or matzoh, for some of their religious practices.
The kosher consumer is a funny consumer," notes Gold "They want everything the same -- the matzoh balls and the chopped liver that they grew up with -- and they also want everything different: sushi, caviar, aged beef .