Definition of latke
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And his Chinese grandmother is trying to outdo her, claiming latkes are best made in her wok.
Sun 5/14: Chef Edward Kim presents a four-course meal Mother's Day Brunch at Ruxbin (851 N. Ashland), which includes a potato latke, wedge salad, halibut, Japanese pancake, and more.
Other items on the festival menu are pomegranate chicken, kugel, majadrah, salads, knish, latkes and challah.
There is even a creative BLT with bacon, latke, and tomato.
Also, don’t miss the breakfasts, which include latkes and rich tomato shakshuka.
Noon and 3 p.m. [$22, tickets here] • Watch the lighting of one of the world’s largest menorahs — with music, latkes and more — at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. 3:30 p.m. [Free] •
Josh’s Deli revives old-school Jewish fare like matzo ball soup and potato latkes by putting a decidedly modern twist on things.
Nosh at Nate 'n' Al's, a corner of Brooklyn in Beverly Hills, that serves traditional corned beef on rye and potato latkes.
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Origin and Etymology of latke
Yiddish, pancake, from Ukrainian oladka
First Known Use: 1927See Words from the same year
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