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Mishiguene at Intersect by Lexus

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The sweetbreads and hearts I had were very heavily (Middle Eastern) spiced.  I agree about the hummus not belonging.

 

Slightly different perspective: there was indeed heavy Middle Eastern spicing on the dish.  Kind of scattered over it.  But I found the pieces of meat, separated from the hubbub, didn't seem to have much flavor themselves.

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Research has disclosed that gefilte fish was originally made in sausage-like tubes and sliced,* and only later was served in the quenelle-like blobs with which we're all familiar.

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* Well, originally originally it was stuffed into a fish skin (which explains the somewhat mysterious appearance of "gefilte" -- meaning stuffed -- in its name).  But my coreligionists soon decided they were too lazy (or too busy being raped by Cossacks) to go through that process.

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In our part of the pale, part of the fish would be stuffed with farce, and blobcakes would be made separately, usually incorporating some of the roe.

 

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