schnitz and knepp


Definition of schnitz and knepp

  1. :  a dish consisting of dried apples and dumplings boiled with or without smoked ham

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Origin and Etymology of schnitz and knepp

Pennsylvania German gnepp, plural of gnopp button, lump, from Middle High German dialect knopp; akin to Old High German knopf knot, lump — more at knop

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