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First Look: the Mile End Delicatessen Cookbook

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Here's The Mile End Cookbook by Noah and Rae Bernamoff, owners of Brooklyn's Mile End Delicatessen. The duo opened the deli in 2010 with the mission of serving the Jewish comfort foods their grandmothers made when they were growing up, and the recipes in the book seem to skew pretty traditional with nods towards contemporary techniques. (The Bernamoffs have since opened Mile End Sandwich in Manhattan.) That means all the greatest hits of Jewish cuisine are here: smoked meats and fish, gobs of pickles, baked goods sweet, savory, and breakfasty, towering sandwiches and chicken soups of all stripes. The Mile End Cookbook comes out September 4 from Clarkson Potter (pre-order on Amazon); here are a couple excerpts:

Excerpts From The Mile End Cookbook

· Mile End Cookbook [Scribd]
· Eater's Fall 2012 Cookbook & Food Book Preview [-E-]
· All Cookbook Coverage on EateR [-E-]

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