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Knish Makers To Be Back In Business By Hanukkah

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Knish Makers To Be Back In Business By Hanukkah

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Knish Makers To Be Back In Business By Hanukkah

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A factory on New York's Long Island produces the Jewish pastry, often stuffed with potatoes. A fire in September disrupted production. Knish fans have been heart broken since.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with an update on the knish shortage. A factory on New York's Long Island produces the Jewish pastry, often stuffed with potatoes. A fire in September disrupted production. The AP quotes a Knish fan saying, My heart is broken. Now the knish makers say they'll be back in production by the start of Hanukah. In the meantime, a chef at Katz's Delicatessen in Manhattan says of the shortage, quote: Get over it. Get a life. It's just a knish. It's MORNING EDITION.

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