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Save the Deli: In Search of Perfect Pastrami, Crusty Rye, and the Heart of Jewish Delicatessen

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  • Posted January 16, 2010

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    This is an AWESOME book!

    I loved this book! Everytime I read it I want a pastrami sandwich! If you love these foods (of which I have only ever had pastrami and corned beef) you will love this. It is like a food network show, which I'd like to see one of this, but it lasts as long as you take to read it. He goes into the history of deli food, the history of the dishes, history of the delis that he visits, plus the outlook for the future. There is a website under the name of the book you should check out too. I have read it twice!

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  • Posted December 1, 2009

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    Save The Deli

    My father owned a deli for over twenty years, and although it wasn't a Jewish delicatessen, it certainly was not a sandwich shop. I could totally relate to what David Sax is writing about in "Save the Deli". He searches the world to see if true delicatessens can and are surviving in this ever changing society of ours. I like how he meets with the deli people and learns the stories of each family's experiences. His descriptive narratives made me want to go out and get myself a hot pastrami sandwich! It's been too long. A delicious book to read!

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