If you walk in to a kosher deli and ask for a Reuben sandwich, what do you get?
No this is not a joke or a trick question. Sorry. I've always been a big fan of Reuben sandwiches. One of my all time favorite meals is a Reuben and a nice bowl of matzoh ball soup. (in fact, based on the smell wafting down the hall my wife is fixing some right now).
There are a couple of neighborhoods here in St. Louis that have a high jewish population where you can get some really good Jewish cuisine. I've always been able to get a good sandwich, but I guess these are not Kosher delis. I was just curious how a sandwich with such a prevalent, if possibly alleged jewish history came about. Of course I could be mistaken about my understanding of the Kosher rules (and probably am)
Last edited by Androclese; 02-02-2008 at 02:03 PM.
Reason: corrected spelling Reuben
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