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Kasha varnishkes

(Debra samuels for the boston globe)
By Debra Samuels
Globe Correspondent / December 17, 2008

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Serves 8 Eastern-European Jewish immigrants brought kasha varnishkes to this country at the turn of the 20th century. Kasha is roasted buckwheat groats; varnishkes means noodles in Yiddish (bow ties are now classic), and Wolff's Kasha is the brand most cooks use. Mix eggs into uncooked groats to keeps the groats firm. The grains cook in about 10 minutes. Add ... (Full article: 300 words)

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