The place where you find out which restaurant has included it in the menu, how you get it on the plate, and what shop sells it displayed it in order to cook it home.
The whole story of our pastrami begins with a sandwich.
We ate it in New York.
NYC's Pastrami is a special type of beef pastrami manufactured according to an old method, lost by the Romanians and saved by the Jews who migrated to America by the end of the 19th century.
Americans call it for a century “Romanian pastrami” or “Jewish-Romanian pastrami”; Canadians: “Smoked meat in Romanian style”. Europeans call it “New York style Pastrami”.