Anatomy of Pastrami | Link TV
Anatomy of Pastrami
One cannot have a Jewish deli without serving pastrami, a brined, smoked and steamed mouthful of goodness. This iconic dish has traveled far and its history belies its seeming simplicity. Click around below to learn more about the fascinating history of pastrami.
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