Dining With Denise Neil

Deli Day: a celebration of corned beef, latkes and matzo ball soup

Note to photo staff: It's time to shoot Deli Day again. This picture is from 2002, but the strudel looks just as delicious nine years later.Yes, I know. Your stomach is still trying to recover from St. George’s Lebanese dinner followed so closely by the Asian Festival.

But the food just keeps coming!

This Sunday is Deli Day, an annual dinner put on at Congregation Emanu-El at 7011 E. Central. For $14 at the door, visitors can feast on meal full of New York City-style deli deliciousness. On the menu: matzo ball soup, choice of corned beef sandwich plate or brisket platter served with potato salad, latkes, challah and Isreali tomato and cucumber salad. For dessert, diners can choose between homemade strudel or a warm brownie. The event also includes an operation called Manny’s Deli, which offers take-out dishes.

It’s from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 316-684-5148.

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