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knish
[knish]
noun
1. A piece of dough stuffed with potato, meat, or cheese and baked or fried.
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2. I'm still not big on trick-or-treating, but the knish is a good conversation piece and a way to get people talking about ghosts they'd rather not touch.
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3. The potato knish is the obvious choice for novices but the bakery keeps it fresh with seasonal flavors such as pumpkin for Halloween and newfangled choices like jalape ñ o cheddar.
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4. If you hate that powdered concrete they call a knish mix, write and tell them so.