noun Jewish Cookery.
Origin of latke
Examples from the Web for latke
Perhaps the most Jewish part of the 6th Annual Latke Festival was that the food went way faster than the liquor.
Yet, there was something quite fitting about how un-Jewish the Latke Festival was.
She came to the Latke Festival because she loved any dish so based around the potato.
Veselka layered its latke with pork goulash, and Toloache added beef short rib chorizo.
“One thing you gotta have for Chanukah is some latke, pendejos,” says Luis.
Word Origin and History for latke
"pancake made with grated potatoes," 1927, from Yiddish, from Russian latka "pastry," said to mean literally "a patch," but by Watkins traced to Greek elaia "olive."