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potatoesknish.jpgThe square, fried knishes popular at street carts and Katz's alike are a rare commodity these days, after a fire shut down production at the factory that makes most of the city's supply. Gabila's Knishes expects to reopen in a few weeks, but in the meantime an owner tells the Times, "There are people who are literally in a craze over the fact that they can't get them. You would think it was someone missing a limb." [NYT]

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