Login | Join | Write a Review
Add Your Business | Login to the Business Center
What? (e.g. Psychics or Nail Salons)
Where? (e.g. Rio, WV or 26755)
 

El Paso, Texas - Deli Delicatessens search results Premier Listings

American Baking System
Founded To Supply High Quality Bakery Equipment To The American Baking Industry.
Click for phone
 
Delicatessens: A Dissection of Definitions

The management of a delicatessen means more than the preparation of sandwiches for sale to the general market. To successfully run an eatery without running it into the ground, a savvy owner should comprehend the finer aspects of deli supervision. Below are 10 terms which you should be familiar with concerning the functioning of a gourmet delicatessen.

  • Kosher - This refers to a set of dietary laws in Jewish tradition which prohibits the consumption of certain entrees, especially pork. Those that cater to a Jewish market must take into account these restrictions.
  • Salami - A class of air-dried sausage which can be cut into thin slices for sandwiches. These come in many different versions, but the most famous include the Italian Sopressata and Pepperoni, which are usually made of pork. Kosher salami is also available, and these are made of beef instead. It is possible to eat these cold, as they are preserved by the salt and spices incorporated in their construction.
  • Bratwurst - A cover-all name for many different but related German sausages, these tend to be cooked and then eaten whole, although some may be consumed held in a bread roll. Fine bratwursts are also enjoyed as gourmet cuisine and should be cared for accordingly.
  • Sausage Stuffer - A machine which can create sausages by pushing ground meat into a casing. This can be used for both Italian and German sausages, as well as other varieties of sausage. Great care must be taken when using a sausage stuffer, as improper use may lead to serious injury.
  • Curing - In deli terms, curing is the use of salt to preserve foodstuffs. Many items, such as fish and sausages, are cured to slow decomposition as well as to add flavor.
  •  
    National Deli
    Miami, FL 33122
    If you're looking for a hearty meal with natural ingredients and home cooking, just come into our local El Paso area delicatessen. Featuring the most selections on our menu of your favorites.
     
    Sort By Limit By City Distance
    Kosher Deli/restaurant
    6110 N Mesa St # C, El Paso, TX 79912
    (1) Review Write a review
    (915) 845-7410
     
    User Review: "Fine place great food and nice people working in the resaurant." - James (WI)
    Big Mike's Deli
    14476 Horizon Blvd, El Paso, TX 79928
    (1) Review Write a review
    (915) 852-3274
     
    User Review: "New york style deli, owned and operated by a native new yorker. Philly cheesesteak is the most popular sub, made with 100%..."
    Deli Street
    3800 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79902
    (915) 544-1321
    Subway Restaurant
    4400 N Mesa St Ste 14, El Paso, TX 79902
    (915) 544-5454
    Chubby's Bronx Deli
    2400 N Oregon St, El Paso, TX 79902
    (915) 351-8005
    Brown Bag Deli
    4319 Fred Wilson Ave, El Paso, TX 79904
    (915) 562-2399
    Banq Quik
    7400 Viscount Blvd Ste Ll, El Paso, TX 79925
    (915) 779-2087
    Schlotzsky's
    7040 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79912
    (915) 581-7400
    International Bakery & Deli
    6513 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79912
    (915) 584-2626
    Subway
    9417 Alameda Ave, El Paso, TX 79907
    (915) 858-4131
    Subway Sandwiches & Salads
    8026 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79932
    (915) 584-8110
    Deli - Food Chili & Spice
    2750 Airport Rd, Santa Teresa, NM 88008
    (575) 589-2923
    Subway
    1475 George Dieter Dr Ste K, El Paso, TX 79936
    (915) 591-1985
    Subway
    1325 George Dieter Dr Ste H, El Paso, TX 79936
    (915) 595-6586
    Schlotzsky's
    1840 N Lee Trevino Dr, El Paso, TX 79936
    (915) 592-2867


    Deli restaurants specialize in healthier sandwich options to avoid the higher calorie intake that comes with eating fast food. Deli food is synonymous with gourmet. The markets and shops will have higher quality meats and a wider selection to choose from. Some common European options are German or Italian. A German deli would include several kinds of bratwurst, liverwurst, and pate. Italian markets specialize in sausages and pastas. Kosher food abides by Jewish dietary laws and may not be processed or cooked with non-kosher food including anything deriving from pork or shellfish. A local grocer may offer a wide selection of breads and bagels for sandwiches. If throwing a party, there are catering menu options that can be delivered. Vegetable trays, cheese spreads and salads are also complimentary for that type of meal. Some restaurants are set up as a café style that allow customers to eat at the bar or take-out. Some markets will include their own bakery and have a selection of baked goods. Customers can choose their favorite slices of meats, breads and cheeses for a lunch time meal or to make deli-style meals from home. Deli markets are known for their gourmet selection as well as having healthy options. An important consideration is to know that not all foods in a deli are necessarily healthy food choices. Ask around and investigate to determine if your favorite deli foods are the most health conscious decisions. Any food that is considered gourmet will include a heftier price tag, but the benefits are clear in selection and taste.
    Showing Listings 1 - 15 of 33
      next page  
     
    Related Categories
     
    Nearby Cities
     
    Store Locator
     

    Add your Business
    Stop playing hide and seek. Get found and gain traffic with MagicYellow.com