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Old 02-07-2021, 10:27 AM
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Default I know where to get Belly Lox!

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Oh, if you would only offer belly lox for my absolute favorite bagel sandwich! Lox, garlic flavored cream cheese, cucumber and sliced tomato on an “everything” bagel. Mmm good! Nova lox just doesn’t cut it.
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I make a pilgrimage to Jo-Els in St. Pete about once every 3 months. I buy 2 lbs. of belly, sliced thin. I call them a day ahead and they have it ready for me. Then I go two blocks away to Mazzaros for great Italian provisions. Fresh pasta, bread, pastries, especially their rugalah.
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Old 02-14-2021, 07:23 AM
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Pastrami is known as a Eastern European food created by Jews. In the Jewish religion there's something called kosher. One of the rules of kosher is you simply don't mix meat and dairy products. Therefore a Reuben is not kosher and unthinkable to a Jew. if you want to eat the milk of the mother with the meat of the mother go right ahead
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