A blintz is a crepe rolled into a tubular shape that encloses pot cheese or fruit, then fried in butter and served with sour cream and/or apple sauce or fruit compote. Blintzes are a common item on Jewish deli menus and in kosher Jewish homes for meals that are strictly dairy. They are served warm, as breakfast or dessert.

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Thin-sliced corned beef is piled high between slices of rye bread.
Manny’s Coffee Shop & Deli | Corned Beef Chicago-Style


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