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beef

beef  

Flesh of the ox (Bos taurus); flesh from young calves is veal. A 150‐g portion of most cuts is a rich source of protein, niacin, iron, and vitamin B12; a good source of vitamin B2 and copper; a ...
cheesecake

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The Diner’s Dictionary (2 ed.)

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2013

The word cheesecake is an old one, dating back to the early fifteenth century. At that period it meant a

Jewish American Food

Jewish American Food  

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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