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matzo

, matzoh, matza, matzah
a brittle very thin biscuit of unleavened bread, traditionally eaten during Passover

Matzo

 

(Unleavened Bread) thin wafer of unleavened dough; Jews eat matzos during Passover instead of leavened bread, which is prohibited at that time.

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"Shalom Aloha from Hono-luya," Katz proclaims at the beginning of "It's a Michaye" before introducing his listeners to "Waikikishka," his Judaized version of the South Pacific that comes complete with "pineapple matzoh brie-ah," and a new member of his band, "Mendel Farber from Pearl Harbor," who can play Hawaiian freilachs.
Add the "matzoh" balls and reduce the heat, so the water is barely bubbling at the edges.
So beneath giant portraits of Larry David, Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman -- "a Jewish hall of fame," he said with a laugh -- Rosen serves macrobiotic plates, kale salads and a "grown-up grilled cheese" called the Gentile alongside family-recipe matzoh ball soup and his Aunt Cindy's rugelach.
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We eat the flat matzoh to mark this festival of unleavened bread.
Actually, the disks are dense and heavy -- not light and fluffy -- which is why Bill's Aunt Yetta described them as "sinkers" (rather than "floaters," if you are familiar with matzoh ball density).
The Fixer was based on a case of a Jew arrested in Tsarist Russia in 1911 and accused of the ritual murder of a Christian boy, allegedly for using his blood in the baking of matzoh for Passover.
Dinner Includes: Gefilte fish, chopped liver, Matzoh ball soup, brisket and roasted chicken, Kishke, potatoes and vegetables, wine and dessert.
Half Hard Salami Sandwich & Matzoh Ball Soup ($10.95) Frankfurter entree with beans ($13.95) Potted Meatballs ($8.45) Cold Bottle of Water ($2.00) Cold Seltzer ($1.35)
Dinner includes Gefilte fish, chopped liver, Matzoh ball soup, brisket and roasted chicken, Kishke, potatoes and vegetables, wine and dessert.
* Paul Berger finds another big flaw in last weekend's New York Times Magazine story about the business model of matzoh manufacturing.
Marc Tracy: After Seder with my family, which will include some shmurah matzoh courtesy my friends at Chabad, I will spend several days in New Orleans, which will only serve to further highlight the fact that I am what I am told is called "New Orleans kosher" (which in my case is "Maryland kosher").