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I maintain that a shmear of tzatziki would even make an old shoe taste amazing….This stuff is so great that I’ve been known to eat spoonfuls of it like yogurt (which is what it is).  On  crackers, or as a dip for veggies or chips it’s a dreamy snack.  Dollop it on grilled fish and you have a flavorful and healthy meal.  Spread it on a couple slices of pumpernickel or rye bread, and then pile on the lox salmon, avocado slices, and peppery arugula leaves- and you have a world class sandwich.

2 x 8 oz. containers Greek yogurt

1/2 cup peeled. seeded, and diced cucumbers

2 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil

1 tablespoon red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons fresh chopped dill

3 peeled garlic cloves

1-2 teaspoons prepared white horseradish, optional

salt and pepper, to taste

pinch of sugar, to balance flavor

1.  Combine all ingredients in a food processor or high-powered blender and pulse until all ingredients are combined and smooth.  Refrigerate for an hour before serving.

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Bissel (bis-sul)Yiddish: A bit, a little.
B'Tayavon (be-teya-von) Hebrew: Bon Appetit! Enjoy (in reference to a meal/dish)
Faux-sher Food (fo-shure) Rachelese: Kosher food in disguise. The minute Judy bit into the krab kake she was a fauxsher food fan.
Taim (tay-yim) Hebrew: yummy, delicious
Zetz (zets) Yiddish: smack