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Carnegie Deli Pastrami Navel

$28.00 / 12 oz Pack
Carnegie Deli Pastrami Navel
  • Beef
  • by Carnegie Deli
  • United States

It’s the famous pastrami from the iconic Carnegie Deli. Made according to a secret recipe that includes beef navel, black pepper, and coriander, the meat is brined, seasoned, and smoked. The result is sublime, sandwich-ready slices, tender with a ribbon of fat and a savory crust. Floral coriander, earthy smoke, and black pepper come together to create a one-of-a-kind flavor. Pile on rye with a smear of Fallot Smooth Dijon Mustard to be transported to your favorite corner booth.

Beef Cured With: Water, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Sugar, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite, Natural Flavors. Coated With: Spices, Caramel Color, Paprika.
  • Pastrami has a long history that dates back to the Ottoman Turks, where it was more similar to jerky than what we know as pastrami today. Romanians eventually adapted it, and immigrants brought it to America.
  • Make a hearty breakfast sandwich with this pastrami, egg, and melty Murray's High Plains Cheddar on an English muffin.
  • 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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