Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo

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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/03/21 00:02:46 (permalink)
by some wood, a raw corn beef, some pepper and have better pastrami than you can get normally.. its quite simple really.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/19 00:26:51 (permalink)
Try cooking by the other method in boiling water, I like it better than microwaving.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/19 05:16:55 (permalink)
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Originally posted by planojim

just got back from my local Costco.

Not only did the have the Carnegie Deli pastrami ($9.99 for 2-.75lb containers), right next to it, they also had pastrami from Columbus Salame company. 32oz for $10.49.

anyone tried that?

http://www.columbussalame.com/dyn/search_products.html?keywords=pastrami



Did you try it? Columbus is here in the Bay Area and just about every local grocery store carries their products. Their salamis and other sausages are pretty good, but looking at this picture of their pastrami from their web site:



I'd say they have typically Californicated the product--it looks far too lean.

But the Carnegie Deli stuff sold at CostCo has now gotten leaner too as they proudly say on the package. Sorry, but I prefer some fat on mine--much more flavorful.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/19 11:46:06 (permalink)
Wouldn't Californiated be a better term? LOL
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/19 11:58:10 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Tony Bad

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Originally posted by BT

So, if you are in a deli-deprived spot like me but have a CostCo nearby, look for it. I think it'll please you.


I live near plenty of good delis, but found this a great product for at home deli delights!


Ditto, from me.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/19 13:45:09 (permalink)
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Originally posted by David_NYC

Wouldn't Californiated be a better term? LOL


Not if you enjoy living dangerously.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/06/28 07:18:05 (permalink)
I recently bought a package of the new lean Carnegie pastrami. To me it is not as flavorful as the original product, but still much better than anything else given that I'm also in a deli-deprived area. It wasn't dry, just lacked a bit of flavor.

I suspect Costco altered it to meet the taste of most folks, since it is now offered as a prepared sandwich.
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RE: Carnegie Deli pastrami . . . from CostCo 2007/07/17 03:55:59 (permalink)
Does anyone know of a good Deli in Seattle?

I have been to Market House Corned Beef and they also sell Pastrami. You can get the meat to take home and cook or you can have them cook it for you. They also have sandwiches. The problem is their hours and location. They close early and are parking is bad. They mainly cater to restaurants. I guess I should ask them who buys from them. I bought a couple and cooked them at home. They were good but I think next time I will let them cook them.
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