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How Pastrami Really Arrived in New York City

As a Southerner and barbecue lover myself, I would be delighted to claim pastrami as a legacy of the long, proud Southern tradition of slow-smoking meats. But, unfortunately, I can't: The historical record simply doesn't hold up. Here's the true origin story of America's iconic deli meat.
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