Pastrami is less a single dish than a process.
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There's no better holiday than a smoked meat holiday.
We always eat our corned beef hash with ketchup (though I try to keep the ketchup away from my poached egg), and so should you.
A growing number of home pit masters have taken to curing and smoking their own bacon, pastrami, jerky, etc.
Oy! Should I have the corned beef, or should I have the pastrami?
This is it. This is the one. No other versions need apply.
I set my shoulders, closed my eyes, grabbed the oversized half of sandwich in my eager fingers and bit down into... heaven on earth, a Langer's pastrami sandwich!
When Hillel used two pieces of matzo at Passover to form one of the first sandwiches in recorded history, he likely didn’t see it as the predecessor...
Home made corned beef can be cheaper than store-bought. And it's easy. And you can customize it. Once you've had the real deal, you can't go back. It just takes time. So start now.
Photos and text by Gabi Porter
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