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Kugel contest celebrates tradition, variation

By Faye Levy
Globe Correspondent / September 8, 2004

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LOS ANGELES -- Noodle kugel has always been one of my favorite dishes, and I am constantly on the lookout for interesting versions, especially for the High Holidays. When I was invited by Yiddishkayt Los Angeles, an organization promoting Yiddish language and culture, to be a judge at their "Kugl Kukh-Off" (kukh is Yiddish for "cook"), I jumped at the ... (Full Article: 571 Words)

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