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Is there any traditional Kishka or Stuffed Derma in the US?

Buzzy2 | Apr 8, 201108:12 PM     53

When I was a child I loved kishka. The casing was crisp, almost like fried chicken skin, the filling, mostly bread crumbs I assume, tasted of chicken fat and onion. It was a little larger than a hot dog, more like a polish sausage in size and served with a very tasty gravy. I know that cow's intestine is not a commonly available item at the supermarkets, but does anyone know if there is a source for kishka that comes close to the old product? I've had kishka from the big name delis in NY, but none of them come close.

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