CBS Psych! (but here’s an online taste)
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Ok, so if you tuned in yesterday to CBS Sunday Morning, you undoubtedly didn’t see me. I got a call late on Saturday night from the producer that my segment was being held until this coming Sunday, which is right before Chanukah. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time (I was out eating pizza at this magic place), to update, and I apologize to those of you who tuned in disappointed. What can I say…tune in this sunday…hopefully I’ll be there (I’ll actually be in the Bahamas).
However…all is not lost. CBS did post a story on their website linked to the filmed piece. So read this and enjoy.
Delis: Timeless Temples of “Jewish Soul Food”
Jewish Delicatessens Preserve Traditions Beyond What’s on the Menu
(CBS) Tradition . . . it’s the main ingredient in every dish at an authentic Jewish delicatessen.
From corned beef to chopped liver, matzo ball soup to grilled salami – this is the taste of tradition: rich, spicy, and good for your soul (if not your cholesterol).
For more than 50 years, Jack Lebewohl and his family have done a few things right: Their Second Avenue Deli is a temple to Jewish-American cooking, where the sandwiches are so big, they’re downright intimidating.
How does one eat one of their pastrami sandwiches?
“How do I eat it? Fatty,” said Lebewohl. “Anyone who takes a lean pastrami sandwich, they think it’s healthier, but it’s not better, it doesn’t taste as good!
“And if you’re going to do it, do it right,” he said. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST
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