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Bialy

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The bialy is a type of bread roll, consumed as an alternative to the bagel. Typically three to four inches in diameter, it has a depressed center and a doughy ...

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bread

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Baked dough made from cereal flour, usually wheat, although rye, barley, and other cereals are also used. Normally leavened by fermentation of the dough with yeast, or addition of sodium...

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Breakfast Foods

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A twenty-first-century American might find a typical Pilgrim breakfast of cider, cornmeal mush, and maple syrup a bit spartan, but it would be recognizable. However, to a Pilgrim, a...

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Jewish American Food

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With nearly six million Jews, the United States is the major cultural center of the Jewish world outside of Israel—known collectively as the Diaspora. In many ways, it is also ...

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Mid-Atlantic Region

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The melting pot of the Mid-Atlantic states—Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware— has absorbed the flavors of millions of immigrants of hundreds of ethnic backgrounds over three...

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