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Reviving the Jewish Deli

While the German deli might be making a comeback at least in Chicago the Jewish delicatessen is in decline. Corned beef, chopped liver, kishke and knish getting harder to find. For WBEZ, food critic David Hammond talks to a few people who are trying to revive this once-popular neighborhood institution.

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