We've already run a few of them in previous months, but we keep seeing new attempts by different posters to introduce these dishes to people who haven't a clue as to what they are and what they taste like.
Here's one of the latest videos called The Ultimate Chasidic Food Taste Test. We wouldn't categorize schmaltz herring, p'tcha (which they call gala), gribenes (which they call grieven), cholent (which they call yapchik), Yerushalmi kugel, and kishke as Chasidic, but simply as Jewish food from the old country. But if they want to call these delights Chasidic food, it's OK with us.
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