[Fwd: [Fwd: Tish Pishti]]
andrew.danielson at CMU.EDU
Tue Apr 2 13:36:18 UTC 2002
Senan Ece GURAN wrote:
> this is a hard one
> I don't know what Tish means
> Pishti means "cooked"
> It might be sth particular to Jewish culture, a Turkish Jew would know that.
> I checked an online Turkish Jewish newspaper but I didn't see anything
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Drew Danielson [mailto:andrew.danielson at cmu.edu]
> > Sent: Monday, April 01, 2002 7:54 PM
> > To: Senan Ece GURAN
> > Subject: [Fwd: Tish Pishti]
> > Ece,
> > Some Turkish language questions related to a Passover dish - can you
> > enlighten me so I can enlighten the list that this comes from? (with
> > full credit to you as the source, of course).
> > Thanks!
> > Drew
> > Mark A Mandel wrote:
> > >
> > > For Passover my wife made a "soaked cake" called Tish Pishti. The recipe
> > > was described as a Judeo-Spanish dish, but the book it was taken from
> > > (with attribution) says it is Turkish, which is a much more plausible
> > > source for a name like that. *Is* it Turkish? Are the "i"s front or
> > > back? What does it mean?
> > >
> > > -- Mark A. Mandel
> > > Linguist at Large
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