Arvind Mahankali, 13, wins National Spelling Bee with 'knaidel'

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Arvind Mahankali, 13, wins National Spelling Bee with 'knaidel'

Arvind Mahankali, a 13-year-old boy from Bayside Hills, New York, won America's Scripps National Spelling Bee last night by correctly spelling “knaidel,” a kind of dumpling. Arvind, a student at Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School, had finished third in

Arvind Mahankali, 13, of Bayside Hills, N.Y. correctly spelled his final word, 'knaidel, 'a small mass of leavened dough, to win the 86th version of the tournament. (19 total photos). 0. Share this story. Story tools. 1 of 19 Link to

Great matzo balls should be as soft to eat as knaidel is hard to spell. There are certain Jews who claim to prefer the kind their mothers made, the ones with a dense core of unfluffed dough. These sinkers can require a steak knife to cut and a load of

You mix the ingredients, simmer them in soup or water, and the dry, unforgiving shirt cardboard that is matzo transforms into a small, warm bosom, tender and soft. A knaidel is our small miracle of transubstantiation—maybe

KNAIDEL? The Scripps National Spelling Bee, which I wrote about here, is over, and the winner is Arvind Mahankali, a New Yorker who correctly spelled the final word, knaidel (NY Times story). The word is, via Yiddish, from

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