Pastrami Sandwich Katz Deli Style (100gr/100gr/30gr/170gr)
The word "keep" comes from Romanian language and means "to keep". There are, however, other beliefs that this word would come from Oriental culture, that is, Old Persia, where it was called the "barrel". The pastrami recipe comes from the northern part of Romania, where the Jewish community once was a very strong one. This pastrami became famous when Jews who emigrated to America from northern Bucovina opened some deli shops. The most famous dish, Katz Keep from Katz Deli in New York, you can find it in our original recipe.