delicatessen

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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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Our alliance with Jason's Deli extends far beyond fundraising.
Staying true to its roots, the new Durham location will serve all of the normal menu favorites, including sandwiches, spuds, soups, salads, desserts and of course, McAlister's Deli Famous Sweet Tea[TM].
The report provides the latest, detailed data on dynamics in Japan Savory & Deli Foods market, providing marketers with the essential data to understand their own, and their competitors' position in the market and the information to accurately identify where to compete in the future.
The Elm Row business, now run by the Contini family, was shortlisted for Best Family Run Deli, Best Produce, Best Deli Store Cupboard, Best Deli Dish and Best Deli Cafe.
Deli Cheesecake is suitable for any industrial oven.
Run by Barry and his wife Carys Simpson, The Fat Pig Deli has built a fast-growing reputation for supplying the highest-quality produce on offer including meats, cheeses, breads, olives and pastas, to name just a few.
To remind consumers about the great taste and freshness found in the deli, Jennie-O has conducted sampling events, partnered with The Biggest Loser TV show and implemented in-store marketing efforts, as well as print ads and coupons, Jennie-O officials say.
The implementation is helping Deli XL to engage more effectively with new and existing customers through personalized recommendations, targeted promotions and relevant search.
The shop is the only deli in the North-east between Helmsley and Newcastle to be nominated as National Deli of the Year in a competition organised by food specialists Olives Et Al and backed by the Guild of Fine Food.
Owner Andy said: "We hope lots of people will pop in to see us and support us to try and be the Deli of the Year 2011.
Like Yiddishisms, the Jewish deli has permeated American culture--and in this case generated ubiquitous spin-offs, a combination of fast food restaurant and shop selling cold cuts and salads.
Entries have come in from some great delis, but we've also had entries from farm shops, corner shops and butchers who all feel that they have a touch of the deli attitude about them," said Giles Henschel from Olives Et Al.