Name Your Sandwich at Neilochka’s Virtual Kosher Deli

Blonde shiksa enjoying a “Neilochka”

Earlier today, I received a comment on my last post suggesting that it might be easier to earn immortality by having my own sandwich at a Jewish deli rather than creating a drink named a Neilochka.  Not a bad idea.  After all, half of you didn’t even know that a lemonade/iced tea was called an Arnold Palmer.  Clearly, my readers are lushes who only know the names of drinks with vodka or tequila inside.

I love the sandwich idea.  It totally fits my “branding.”  I love sandwiches.  I’m Jewish.   And there is something very sexy about a woman eating MY sandwich.

But I’m all about community.  In the spirit of the Great Interview Experiment, I believe that Everyone is a Somebody.  That’s why, today I am opening Neilochka’s Virtual Kosher Deli.   Think of it as a Subway extreme.  The options are unlimited.  You create your own sandwich — the meat, cheese, or vegetables, the condiments, and the type of bread — and then name it after yourself.

My sandwich, the Neilochka, is fairly simple, which reflects my personality.  Corned beef, sauerkraut, spicy wasabi mustard, on rye bread.  No cheese or vegetables.  Enjoy it for lunch.


What is your sandwich?   Write it in the comments.

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104 Responses to Name Your Sandwich at Neilochka’s Virtual Kosher Deli

  1. baltimoregal says:

    For a deli sandwich? Good Jewish Deli corned beef, Colman’s Mustard, good thick soft seedy rye with soft crusts, grilled onions.

    At home? Kosher all beef hot dogs, split in half and grilled, on bread with grey poupon. Simple sandwiches are the best.

  2. Molly Chase says:

    The Dirty Pilgrim: Sliced smoked turkey, cranberry mustard, carmelized onions with sage, a side of gravy for dipping, on toasted potato bread.

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