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Last week, the store’s shelves were starting to look empty — but most were still laden with frozen beef kreplach, rows of cereal and oatmeal and neatly arranged vegetables under bright white fluorescent lights.
Located in the former Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. space at the Hooks Village complex, the Essen Room is fueled by good old-fashioned values, starting with the onsite cooking of such deli staples as knishes, kreplach and kugel.
In one grouping, the diners — of Irish, German, Polish, Mexican, Cambodian and Italian descents — talked about a dumpling being a universal food, with multiple cultures having a version: pierogi, ravioli, empanadas, kreplach.
The dish evolved, spread from Italian shores, and gave rise to countless forms around the world: as kreplach for Rosh Hashanah, say, or breaded and deep-fried in St. Louis.
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Origin and Etymology of kreplach
First Known Use: circa 1892See Words from the same year
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