Examples of pastrami in a Sentence
He ordered a pastrami sandwich.
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Buy two 2-pound packages of turkey, ham, beef, or pastrami lunch meat ($29).
This is a confit of leg that's been brined in a classic pastrami mix of pickling spices and rubbed with coriander and black pepper.
Replacing the duck breast dish for one with a more approachable cost is a pastrami cured duck leg on tomato stewed green beans.
Shank spare ribs ribeye pastrami frankfurter pig biltong drumstick pork belly sirloin.
Likewise, the food — huge, shareable pastrami sandwiches, stripped-down slaw, addictive homemade potato chips and gorgeously weird pickled purple deviled eggs — is refreshingly, righteously retro.
Pulled Berkshire pork, kielbasa, prime beef brisket, half-chickens, pastrami, spare ribs and even local farm beets get the smoker treatment, with portions priced at $9.50.
Spread the gravy as one would mustard on a pastrami sandwich and the thing might get a tad gratuitous.
At 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, a 15-deep line of people was already waiting to order pastrami and French dip sandwiches at Sam’s, a 7,000-square-foot yet cozy spot lined with brick, wood paneling and red velveteen wallpaper.
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Origin and Etymology of pastrami
First Known Use: 1899See Words from the same year
PASTRAMI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pastrami for English Language Learners
: highly seasoned smoked beef that is usually eaten in sandwiches
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