Sunday, January 15, 2012

Yummy, yummy, yummy I got love in my tummy...

...and I feel like loving you. :)

My goal is to get you really hungry. Hungry enough to hop on the next plane and join me in this food excursion. Hungry enough to not mind the bajillion pounds you might just gain afterwards.

Life is too short to skip out on GREAT food. So yeah, I'll be waiting and my offer will always stand.

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KATZ'S DELICATESSEN: Best deli in New York since 1888.
Good enough to give Meg Ryan an orgasm. (When Harry Met Sally)
Good enough to get me stumped.

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Prrrresenting: THE BEST, BEST, BEST, BEST SALAMI YOU WILL EVER HAVE. :>

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You start by getting these tickets by the door
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You line up and order
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then hope one of these people leave so you can finally get a table
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while waiting, why not send a salami to your boy in the army?
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once you get a table, dramatically look outside... say a silent prayer and thank God for creating gastronomical delights...
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Before FINALLY taking a bite of this.
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"Building a reputation on longevity alone is nothin' to brag about, which is why we've built ours on quality. Now that's somethin' special. We only select the best cuts of beef for our corned beef, pastrami, brisket, and other fine foods. Our corned beef and pastrami is cured using a slower method, which best flavors the meat, without injecting chemicals, water, or other additives to speed the process.
Our finished product can take up to a full 30 days to cure, while commercially prepared corned beef is often pressure-injected (or "pumped") to cure in 36 hours. Yep, you read that right. 30 days vs. 36 hours. Now, which sounds like the better meat to you?"


http://katzsdelicatessen.com/
205 East Houston Street New York, NY 10002
(212) 254-2246

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