When you're responsible for cranking out approximately 15 million knishes a year, this is no small void. Along with online sales, Gabila’s goodies are sold all over the country, with New York, Florida, and California being the most needy for their knish fix. While this has definitely put a damper on the dinner table, there is a happy ending to this story: Gabila's is planning on opening up shop again by Thanksgiving — which is also the start of Hanukkah (phew!).
Of course, with everything that's going on in the world today, we kinda have to agree with these fine words of wisdom from Kenny Kohn, a chef at Katz's Delicatessen in New York: “Get over it! Get a life! It’s just a knish.” (Chicago Sun-Times)