The Carnegie Deli, a New York legend that opened in 1937 and closed in 2016, has been shipping its corned beef, pastrami and some other items from its bakery. Now, Murray’s Cheese Shop has picked up the baton and is selling the meats and the restaurant’s cinnamon and chocolate babkas in its three retail stores and online for shipping. Meats come in sliced 12-ounce portions ready to warm up for two sandwiches (enough for one sandwich if you’re a fresser like Mel Brooks).
Carnegie Deli pastrami, corned beef, 12 ounces $28; Carnegie Deli cinnamon or chocolate babkas, $20, plus shipping, Murray’s Cheese Shop stores, murrayscheese.com.
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