Posts Tagged ‘deli’

deli tray with egg salad and various deli meats and deli veggies like pickles and olives.

Danny Raskin: A Unique Deli

Pickles & Rye serves up unusual soups and all the pickles you can eat. When it opened four years ago this past June, people had heard about its strange dishes … Like servers telling guests that the soup of the day is Dill Pickle … Their curiosity many times got the better of them and…

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Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue. Photos by Larry Hauptman 

Fress And Fundraise

Photos by Larry Hauptman  Shaar Hashomayim in Windsor draws men for a kosher deli feast. Windsor, Ontario I just got back from traveling abroad. Well, actually, I just went to Windsor for a corned beef sandwich. I didn’t experience jet lag, but I’m sure my cholesterol is elevated. On Sept. 6, I was in Windsor in…

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Tony and Sonja Perkovic

Danny Raskin: Deli Delights

Tony’s Deli serves up goodness on its 20th anniversary. There was a time when Jewish delicatessens were everywhere … Today, the much smaller numbers are bundled in varied areas … Some have gone out to farther regions … Or the lake sectors like Tony’s Delicatessen, on Orchard Lake Road in Keego Harbor, (former locale of…

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mac and cheese hot dog

Hot Diggity Dog

A longtime deli man opens a hot dog joint. Ride that inner drive and it will take you places. Within moments of meeting owners Alex and Debra Winkler, you sense a dedication to their craft and loving hospitality. Alex, an Israeli immigrant who arrived in Detroit at age 10, found his first job working at…

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Stage Deli sandwich

Danny Raskin: Center Stage

Stage Deli continues to impress in West Bloomfield. Many years ago, much time before it opened, numerous people were already hearing a rumor that Max Asnas would be opening a delicatessen here in the somewhat likeness of his world-famous Stage Deli in New York … The gossip, although not completely true, was indeed partly correct…

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stock image of pasta, tomatoes, basil, a wooden spoon and twoel for Rachel Hyam's new kosher cooking kitschy kosher cooking blog

Meet Rachel Hyams – Kitschy Kosher

Rachel Hyams is the Jewish News‘ new “kitschy kosher” writer. Hello! My name is Rachel Hyams, and I’m currently a sophomore at Michigan State University studying advertising. I recently switched to advertising from broadcasting, but hey, what 20-year-old really knows the exact path they want to take when they get older anyway? My interests I’m extremely…

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Sigels deli sandwich

Danny Raskin: Same Good Place

One of the most important points that confronts the new owners of a neighborhood restaurant is that the new proprietors do not neglect one of their most significant duties … It is a very important one … The fervent promise of continuing and providing even more additional assets to the customer’s every request if possible.…

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