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Synonyms for deli

a shop selling ready-to-eat food products

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Across town, in northwest Portage Park, longtime chef Matt Saccaro, 41, salutes the beloved Jewish and Italian delis of his mixed-marriage childhood at Frunchroom, a tiny new eatery where matzoh balls and bagels share tables with pappardelle and meatballs.
Delis truly came into their own as community gathering places and as a force in American Jewish culture as New York Jews left crowded tenements on the Lower East Side for new neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Harlem, and the Bronx.
It's not just sales, but profits, too, that appear to be on the rise in supermarket deli sections.
Within each EHS-Net site, data collectors chose a convenient geographic area, based on reasonable travel distance, in which to survey delis by telephone to determine study eligibility and request study participation.
For consumers who want food that is both convenient and fresh, the deli offers multiple options, and more shoppers are visiting it precisely for those reasons.
The "150 Jewish delis left'' in North America may sound like a surprisingly low number to people in communities such as Worcester with well-known deli spots like Water Street.
AN acclaimed Edinburgh deli has notched up a series of triumphs in a national awards scheme.
On average, there is a quick-service restaurant positioned within 200 yards of every grocery store deli, and customers are often headed that way after their shopping trip to grab dinner for the family.
"It's exactly where we want to be,” said Diana Willis, co-owner of the Southwest Florida Jason's deli restaurants and catering company.
The Milton Street deli also became a home from home for Channel 4's Location Location Location crew earlier this month.
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.
The other half is the social function, says Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma, who describes the deli as "a secular synagogue where people meet and talk." 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.
For an outstanding blend of history and recipes you won't want to miss America's Great Delis: Recipes And Traditions From Coast To Coast, deserving of ongoing mention as standing out from the crowd of recipes-only deli cookbooks to add an extra dash of history and vintage photos to the mix.
Hillshire Farm, Healthy Choice, Louis Rich, or Hebrew National has far less fat than the greasy stuff served at most delis or sandwich shops.
Today's in-store delis offer much more than custom-sliced ham, potato salad and other picnic and party fare traditionally sold by the pound.