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Dec 21, 2008

An edible moneora. really.

You just can't beat this Hanukka menora....
A 15-foot-high Hanukkah menorah made of kosher salami? That's what you get from a Jewish deli with a sense of humor, if not tradition.

David's East Side Deli in Palm Beach Gardens will hold a public ceremony to light the salami spectacle at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, the first night of Hanukkah.

"It's going to be an unbelievable sight to see," said Rabbi Shlomo Ezagui of Chabad of Palm Beach. "Head to toe salami, baby!"

Chabad runs the establishment, 4580 PGA Blvd. Call 561-691-9293 or go to www.DavidsEastSideDeli.com.

The salami will be wrapped around a thin metal frame, topped with lettuce and bread, the rabbi said. Guests will be treated to free food and Hanukkah music.

If all goes well, David's may try to get the salami menorah into Guinness World Records next year.

They really should also be smearing mustard all over it. The only thing better than this would be a menora made of steak.

If it gets hot, I would be sure to stay away from the menora. It will start to smell after two or three days, and when it gets hot it'll be really bad. I wonder if they will replace the deli meats with fresh meat every day or two....

6 comments:

  1. Reminds me of the candy menorah the Jerusalem Iriyah did last year that proceeded to melt during the day...

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  2. what happened to "ba'al tashchish"?

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  3. Rafi...your dream has come true. As the world's greatest lover (of salami)I'm betting you'll be on a plane for the end of chanukah just to gorge yourself.

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  4. only if they use Romanian salami...

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  5. they probably have to since it about the only Glatt deli meat around in any quantity since the Guatamalans were all sent home from Iowa.

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  6. It will start to smell after two or three days, and when it gets hot it'll be really bad. I wonder if they will replace the deli meats with fresh meat every day or two....

    Not if it's dried salami.

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