Corned Beef The Way Your Great Grandmother Used To Make It
Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Features Barrel-Cured Corned Beef Made on Premises
For 42 years, Ben’s has been making its homemade corned beef with secret spices and endless flavor that takes two weeks to prepare, using a barrel-cure process. Ben’s takes great pride in its specialized corned beef procedure, which sets it apart from other restaurants that use commercial preparations with water-retaining phosphates.
Beginning on March 1 and lasting until the holiday, all Ben’s locations will have several St. Patrick’s Day-themed specials for dining in and taking out. In addition, Ben’s will be offering The Corned Beef Catering Special, which serves 10 hungry people who are looking to feast on one-of-a-kind corned beef that is admired by Irish, Jewish, and many other customers who have an undying love for this tasty meat! The Corned Beef Catering Special includes portions of corned beef, boiled potatoes, boiled carrots, cabbage wedges, fresh coleslaw, a relish tray, and rye bread. Now, busy employees can enjoy St. Patrick’s Day with Ben’s store-cured corned beef by getting Ben’s catering special delivered directly to their office for luncheons.
“We are excited to start our Corned Beef Specials on March 1st to celebrate the tradition of St. Patrick’s Day with our customers,” says Ronnie Dragoon, Founder-Owner, Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers (http://www.bensdeli.net/
For more information on Ben’s Corned Beef Specials and pricing, please visit www.bensdeli.net or call 1-(800)-344-
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