Favorite Deli Contest and More Deli News

Boulder Jewish News congratulates the following winners of the Favorite Deli Contest: Lisa Trank, winner of the Comment drawing, and Brian Seigal, winner of the Email Subscribers drawing.  Each wins a $25 gift certificate to Jimmy & Drew’s 28th Street Delicatessen. Thanks for playing and a big thank you to Jimmy & Drew’s for their support!

Tickets are still available for Monday night’s “Save The Deli” program, featuring author David Sax, who has about the best PR we’ve seen in a long time. To RSVP, contact Kathryn at 303-998-1021 or email kathryn@boulderjcc.org. Tickets are $30 including a 3-course meal, non-alcoholic beverage, author talk and booksigning. **Just announced special for Seniors:  2 for $36** seats are limited – RSVP today!

Sax is calling Monday night “Boulder Schmaltzfest.”  Here are a few links to recent articles about him, his journey and his book:

‘Save the Deli: In Search of Perfect Pastrami, Crusty Rye, and the Heart of Jewish Delicatessen’ by David Sax — latimes.com (posted using ShareThis)

Saving Pastrami on Rye: David Sax Is an Unlikely Advocate for a Cuisine in Jeopardy – The Forward

David Sax Talks About Saving the Deli and the Enduring Appeal of Hot, Fatty Meat – Village Voice

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