April 16, 2010
Can the Jewish Deli Be Reformed?
WHEN a Jewish deli decides to stop serving salami, something is wrong in the cosmos
At Saul’s Restaurant and Deli in Berkeley, Calif., the eggs are organic and cage free, and the ground beef in the stuffed cabbage is grass fed. Its owners, Karen Adelman and Peter Levitt, yanked salami from the menu in November, saying that they could no longer in good conscience serve commercial kosher salami.
Read the full article at NYTimes.com.