Yiddish 101: Heimish

On August 14, 2015 by Brent's Deli

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Pronounced hay-mish, this Yiddish term describes something or somewhere that is homey, warm and unpretentious.

In traditional Jewish times, it was used to indicate something reminiscent of a Jewish home, like homemade kugel and potato latkes (two traditional Jewish dishes).

You can also use it to describe people who are friendly and warm.

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