borscht borscht  /ˈbɔrʃt/


  • (n) a Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation



  1. Schooled in borscht belt hotels and summer stock, they both won Fulbright scholarships and in 1957 entered Berlin's Hochschule fr Musik.
  2. Sure, all the standard Russian favoritescaviar, borscht, chicken kievare available.
  3. The child of show-biz parents, Lewis debuted at the age of five on New York's borscht belt and went on to become one of America's best-known comic exports.


  • Fundraiser will include Tchaikovsky compositions

    Listen to Tchaikovsky compositions and dine on borscht and kielbasa Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Adam2 Cafe, 145 Highland Ave., Kutztown. The night will be a fundraiser for Restoration House in Nikolskoye, Russia.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Reading Eagle

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  1. In a letter obtained by the New York Post, Chris calls Orbach's second wife Elaine Cancilla-Orbach "a double-dealing, lying, scheming, miserable fool" who, with the help of "cut-rate borscht belt" lawyers has "painted (herself) as the...
    on Aug 11, 2008 By: Chris Orbach Source: Boston Herald

  2. Zero Hour, according to production notes, "traces Mostel's early days growing up on the lower East Side as the son of Orthodox Jewish immigrant parents, through his rise as a standup comedian from the Borscht Belt into Manhattan's most exclusive...
    on Sep 27, 2005 By: Zero Mostel Source:

  3. "Borscht and vodka," Taurasi joked Friday after her first practice with the Mercury since they won last year's WNBA championship.
    on May 17, 2008 By: Diana Taurasi Source: Arizona Republic

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