Kishka or kishke refers to various types of sausage or stuffed intestine with a
filling made from a combination of meat and meal, often a grain. The dish is
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Nov 27, 2013 ... This recipe for Kishke comes from Michael Ruhlman's new book, The Book of
Schmaltz: Love Song to a Forgotten Fat. What's kishke you may ...
Feb 10, 2012 ... Kishke. There's nothing elegant or pretty about it. It's a homely dish of humble
origins. Strictly peasant food, made from whatever was left over to ...
Oct 14, 2016 ... One food you've probably heard of, but haven't ventured to cook is kishke. It's a
sausage-like dish that appears buried deep in some Jewish ...
Attested in English since the late 1930s, from Yiddish קישקע (kishke), from Slavic
—Polish kiszka, Russian кишка́ (kišká), or Ukrainian ки́шка (kýška). Ultimately
Kishke or kishka (Yiddish and Hebrew: קישקע, kishke, from Slavic kishka, literally
"gut" or "intestine"), also known as stuffed derma, is a Jewish dish traditionally ...
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try it, dear. If there's one thing I say all the time, it's "try the kishke." "Try the ...
Kishke definition, Also called stuffed derma. Jewish Cookery. a beef or fowl
intestine stuffed with a mixture, as of flour, fat, onion, and seasonings, and
Oct 27, 2011 ... 3/4 cup oil (Shmaltz can be used as a substatution, making the kishka meat). 1
large onion. 2 carrots. 1 celery stalk. 2 1/2 teaspoons salt.