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Synonyms for rugelach

pastry made with a cream cheese dough and different fillings (as raisins and walnuts and cinnamon or chocolate and walnut and apricot preserves)

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And this is a shame, because rugelach are lovely little things - a sweet, croissant-like dough, made with cream cheese and butter, rolled around a tangy filling and glazed with sugar.
For example, the Malaysian bubur pulut hitam, a dessert made from black rice, involves four steps, while the recipe for Israeli cream-cheese pastry, known as rugelach, consists of twelve.
On a lighter note, Elliott Maddox, an African American who converted to Judaism while in his mid-twenties, talks of his budding appreciation for Jewish-style cooking--and rugelach (a Jewish pastry) in particular.
The deli offers the same large selection of handcrafted beers and sodas on tap as its first location at 1334 Oak Alley, but a totally different menu, including breads and bagels; cured meats, such as pastrami; and other classic delicatessen items, such as latkes, and desserts, rugelach and babka, all made from scratch.
Even now, thinking of the chopped liver, the matzoh balls, the smoked meat, the apple cherry squares, and the rugelach makes my mouth start to water.
There are Flavors from Forests (such as morels, and maple syrup), Flavors from Waters and Wetlands (includes fish, wild rice and cranberries), Flavors from Fields and Orchards, Flavors from Meat and Dairy Farms, Flavors from Backyards and Gardens, and Flavors from Families and Communities (includes recipes for hull corn soup, Norwegian meatballs, Cornish pasties, Rugelach, sweet potato pie, and Southeast Asian spring rolls).
The Damascus Bread and Pastry Shop in Brooklyn, where judges and lawyers from the nearby federal courthouse frequently dine on fresh baklava and rugelach, was listed in police files with other businesses that the NYPD described as "Syrian Locations of Concern.
He bakes the best cakes, and makes the best rugelach.
but agreed to talk about the donations' final destination: Festive meals for all 7,000 Hassidim expected to attend the Holy Day sessions (including 21,000 portions of gefilte fish and rugelach pastries.
The New York-based company is offering ice cream with mix-ins that include rugelach, coconut-almond macaroon, and chocolate matzo.
This expansion of a self-published family cookbook includes not just the expected, much-loved traditional items like Challah, Matzoh Balls, Rugelach and Latkes, but also modern recipes like Thai Vegetable Salad, Roasted Corn and Mango Salsa, and Rice Paper-Wrapped Sea Bass.
She taught me how to spell rugelach and makes me eat them, then shoos me out the door when Mom buzzes herself in downstairs.
At 51 Cottonwood Lane, a three-bedroom contemporary listed at $439,000, broker Beverly Davis served rugelach and tea.
Chattman also makes Rugelach (and bakes them straight from the freezer) with a cream cheese dough for gift-giving.