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This past Wednesday, the crew was rolling the final matzo balls for chicken soup and making tahini sauce for the falafel and hummus dishes.
The monumental smoked matzo ball soup, which goes for $4 a cup and $7 for a bowl.
Uneeda Biscuits, Oreos, Thomas’s English Muffins, Streit’s matzo, Dentyne and Chiclets and Trident gum, Twizzlers and Barricini and Loft candies — they were all produced in New York City.
Last April, before Passover, boxes of matzo appeared on the shelves.
Josh’s Deli revives old-school Jewish fare like matzo ball soup and potato latkes by putting a decidedly modern twist on things.
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Origin and Etymology of matzo
Yiddish matse, from Hebrew maṣṣāh
First Known Use: 1650See Words from the same year
MATZO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of matzo for English Language Learners
: a dry, thin bread eaten especially by Jewish people at Passover
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