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Pastrami – Not Just A Sandwich

Waking up one Sunday morning after a longer than usual Saturday night, the desire to eat a solid breakfast turns out to be bigger than usual. Scrambled eggs and bacon is the first idea but there is no bacon in the fridge. Never mind, it will have to be without bacon. Suddenly my eyes light up at the sight left in the fridge, a slice of pastrami and a thought comes to mind – why…

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Steaming Pastrami – Steam or Muerte!

In relation to your questions, the feedback we receive from restaurant owners serving pastrami and our own tests and experiments, we’ve decided to write a few words more on the theme of serving our delicacy hot. It’s not that I want to discourage you from eating pastrami cold, but I would like to emphasise once again that a sandwich with a warm and steamed brisket of smoked beef is a delicacy like no other in…

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Pastrami Hash – A Dish For Any Time Of Day

Hash – a word in English which means useless, unnecessary. However, in the culinary world it is usually the name of dishes consisting of chopped meat, potatoes and vegetables. It’s great because of its taste and also because it doesn’t take much time to prepare. The main component of this dish is prepared meat (in our case pastrami). The following recipe should not be used precisely, since you can or even should use the leftovers…

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A Commitment To Tradition – Where It All Began …

Remember the movie ‘When Harry Met Sally’ with the famous scene where Meg goes orgasmic in a restaurant while eating a sandwich? This restaurant is Katz’s Delicatessen, at the corner of East Houston and Ludlow in New York, a place which serves the best pastrami sandwiches. Out pastrami creates the effect of longing for this memorable taste. It’s a taste that has over 100 years of tradition.

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Corned Beef v Pastrami

Many people who buy a reuben sandwich in the United States say that it is not served with served with pastrami but with corned beef. To some extent this is true because there are many places in the US where reuben sandwiches are served in two ways, with corned beef or pastrami. The Irish are especially big eaters of corned beef and eating it on St. Patrick’s Day is somehow the duty of every citizen…

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