Knish

Knish

Knish are quintessentially old New York, brought to the Lower East Side by Eastern European Jewish immigrants who knew how to stretch staples into perfect portable food. Soft flaky dough wraps around a potato filling and is baked until a glorious golden brown.

Photography by Aaron McLean
From issue #54
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