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National Pastrami Day

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 Michael's Deli, 256 Harvard Street, Brookline  See map
 Free
 Family

Brookline favorite Michael’s Deli
is celebrating National Pastrami Sandwich Day on Tuesday January 14 with four pastrami flavors to choose from and donating 10 percent of all proceeds from
pastrami sales that day to the Greg Hill Foundation.


Specialty
flavors include:


·        
Traditional Pastrami - brined and coated with coriander, all spice,

mustard seed, garlic, paprika, cloves & black pepper


·        
Balsamic & Fig Pastrami - traditional Pastrami glazed with a

balsamic vinegar and fig reduction and then baked


·        
Molasses Pastrami - traditional Pastrami glazed with a molasses,

cider vinegar & Dijon mustard mixture and then baked


·        
Moxie Pastrami - traditional Pastrami baked in a bath of Moxie


ABOUT
THE GREG HILL FOUNDATION: 
The Greg Hill
Foundation
responds to immediate requests for assistance, to improve
the lives of local families touched by tragedy, through matching the charitable
donation of Greg’s media audience.


ABOUT
MICHAEL’S DELI: 
Michael's Deli in Brookline’s Coolidge Corner serves up the finest New York-style deli items, including classic sandwiches, soups and
bagels with spreads. Meats are "imported" from the Bronx and cooked
on-site daily. Knishes, salads, kasha and kugels are house made from treasured family recipes using the freshest ingredients. Open Monday through Saturday from 9am-5:30pm and Sundays from 9am – 3pm, Michael’s offers the most authentic deli experience possible for our neighbors, guests and visitors from around the country. For more information, visit www.michaelsdelibrookline.com or call 617.738.3354. 

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