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    • Debbie Valenta
      • 1 year ago

      They're not really specifically Jewish though. They're more a regional food speciality than ethno/religious one. Specific to the Mediterranean region--I've always known them as Italian honey balls, called struffoli and the Greeks call them Loukoumades.

    • Pamela Rossow
      • 1 year ago

      Yes, struffoli!!!! Heaven!

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