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Carnegie Deli Cooked Corned Beef Brisket Pre-Sliced

Carnegie Deli Cooked Corned Beef Brisket Pre-Sliced
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  • Beef
  • by Carnegie Deli
  • United States

New York City’s iconic Carnegie Deli knows what it takes to make a mouthwatering sandwich—perfectly crafted deli meat, of course. And their savory sliced Corned Beef fits the bill. To make these succulent slices, they soak slabs of brisket in a brine scented with spices and then cook it low and slow. Make a classic, craveable Reuben on seeded rye with melty Emmentaler, sauerkraut, and a generous pile of corned beef.

Beef Cured With: Water, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Sugar, Spices, Mustard Seed, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite, Natural Flavors.
  • Corned Beef was first mentioned "in print" in the 12th century poem called the Vision of MacConglinne; it’s been enjoyed since then.
  • The term corned beef comes from the beef's curing process, which is done with large-grained rock salt also called "corns" of salt.
  • Carnegie Deli is the epitome of old New York—a small Jewish delicatessen that opened in 1937 near Carnegie Hall.
  • Milton Parker transformed the deli into a destination for entertainers; it's even featured in Adam Sandler’s Chanukah Song.
  • While the original location has shuttered, Carnegie is now owned by Parker’s daughter and granddaughter, who distribute the classic deli products wholesale.

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