delicatessen

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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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Jewish delis actually arose from the numerous New York kosher butcher shops, which began selling prepared foods, cooked meats, and quick snacks like knishes.
In another sense, as Eater put it, the closing marks the end of an arduous period for the deli.
It's not just sales, but profits, too, that appear to be on the rise in supermarket deli sections.
Awards ambassador Gennaro Contaldo said: "The winning delis and runners up give customers a truly Italian experience you don't get anywhere other than the streets of Italy itself.
com)-- The second annual Galloway Captiva Triathlon puts a focus on fun and fitness - and so will the food being provided to more than 750 adult, 140 children, and 100 volunteers participating, thanks to the support of Jason's deli and the healthy fare it's preparing for race participants in the Sept.
SALTBURN'S popular Real Meals Deli has been nominated as Deli of the Year in a national competition.
A TYNESIDE deli has been nominated for a prestigious award.
The food and atmosphere also draw plenty of non-Jews who flock to delis like New York's Katz's, Carnegie and Stage to down Dr.
The company recommends deli departments slice the meats a little thicker than usual commodity pastrami to bring out the full authentic flavor and tenderness.
Stop by a Middle Eastern market or takeout restaurant (Zankou Chicken, Tarzana Armenian Grocery & Deli and Carnival are good bets) for assorted mezze (appetizers) like baba ganoush, stuffed grape leaves, hummus, falafel, etc.
Peter Vogl from Panzers deli in St John's Wood, London, believes training is needed in independent delis too: "In my own business, finding trained staff is extremely difficult, because younger people are more attracted to restaurants than food stores.
It also suggests nostalgia for what delis were before they became part of supermarkets, and wishful expectations triggered by episodes of Seinfeld or NYPD that featured a friendly deli.