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 Just went to Harold's New York Deli in Edison, NJ

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Just went to Harold's New York Deli in Edison, NJ Mon, 12/4/06 12:20 PM (permalink)
Ohhhhhhhhhh, what a glowing tribute to gluttony that place is! I love it and hate myself at the same time! It was great, but surreal to see the parade of triple deckers coming out (tongue and turkey, pastrami and corned beef, etc...) We had quite a bit of almost everything. Plates of pickles (sours, half-sours, dill, chips), health salad, sauerkraut, latkes with applesauce and sour cream, fries, onion rings, matzho ball soup, two double decker sandwiches (one roast beef and turkey, one pastrami and corned beef), and a nice big 32oz malted to wash it all down. I wasn't crazy about the roast or corned beef, but the turkey and the pastrami in particular were perfect! I was so completely full, until 1am, when I was compelled to make a pastrami and a turkey sandwich with my leftovers. That really hit the spot. Here's some pics:

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