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Cold borscht is most strongly associated with Ashkenazi, or European Jewish culture.
Davis contends that the Borscht Belt emerged from two impulses: the desire of Jews to become American, while at the same time to enjoy recreation sensitive to Jewish culture.
Luda Krempers prefers a good bowl of borscht, a soup prepared with cabbage, beets, carrots, potatoes, mushrooms and various spices, all topped with sour cream.
Borscht Belt Bungalows: Memories of Catskill Summers.
Enjoy the beets as pickles, or use them (or canned ones) for a quick borscht, a salad, and a lively relish.
Celery sticks may be easy to hold, onions may add incomparable flavors, and beets may make borscht.
Now, that slideshow has grown into a book called The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America's Jewish Vacationland.
DiNorscio's courtroom antics - a co-defendant compared him to Borscht Belt comedian Shecky Greene - turned the proceedings into a circus, agitating the judge (a fine Ron Silver), the exasperated federal prosecutor (Linus Roache) and mob boss Nick Calabrese (Alex Rocco), who at one point growls at DiNorscio for mentioning his name, saying that if he ever does it again, he'll have Jackie Dee's heart ripped out.
At such moments, he could be Myron Cohen in some borscht belt deconstruction of Heart of Darkness.
The cold borscht uses spring beets with their tender tops.