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Langer's #19 for $6.77

russkar Jun 19, 2007 04:46 PM

Now that I have your attention, there is a slight catch.

First I have all the ingredients delivered to my Car so I don't have to run the gauntlet.

Order the following:

24 oz's of Semi Lean HAND SLICED Pastrami 27.00
Half Loaf Rye Bread (SLICED) 4.25
1 pt Coleslaw 4.50
6 slices Swiss Cheese 2.38
Half Pt Russian Dressing 2.50
40.63 for SIX Sandwiches= $6.77ea, plus they aren't soggy because you just made them.

  1. j
    Jesdamala Jun 20, 2007 09:07 PM

    We always order like this to go...bring it home and put it together....but we order more of everything! Left over pastrami we steam the next day or day after, and it is still excellent. Did this just last weekend, so fabulous! We get enough for several days of festing on the best pastrami on the planet!

    1. kiwi Jun 20, 2007 09:01 PM

      Are you offering to make me a sandwich? Because if you aren't, this is a very cruel post.

      1. n
        ns1 Jun 20, 2007 10:38 AM


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        1. re: ns1
          ns1 Jun 20, 2007 01:06 PM

          Got a pound of pastrami, loaf of rye, 1/4 pint cole slaw + russian dressing, 26 bucks.

        2. r
          Rae Jun 20, 2007 10:37 AM

          I made a similar drive-by on my way to my parents house - they loved me even more when I walked in the door!

          1. b
            Bert Jun 19, 2007 05:15 PM

            I do something similar by simply ordering the Pastrami plate instead of a sandwich. comes with plenty of bread, and you can make an incredible sandwich (they'll give you some russian dressing if you ask for it)

            1. ipsedixit Jun 19, 2007 04:48 PM


              Surely, your labor is worth something right, russkar? :-)

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              1. re: ipsedixit
                Wolfgang Jun 19, 2007 05:02 PM

                4 oz. of meat per sandwich?
                I need more.
                Plus you'll lose a couple of ounces testing the meat before serving it.

                1. re: ipsedixit
                  russkar Jun 19, 2007 05:03 PM

                  My Unpaid Associate (foodie friend) assembles the sandwiches to keep costs down.
                  Then helps eat them along with other lucky helpers. It's like an assembly line?

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