Schwartz The Musical Painting By Carole Spandau Montreal Streetscene Artist
Painting - Oil On Canvas
Schwartz's, also known as the Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen is a delicatessen established in 1928 by Reuben Schwartz, a Jewish immigrant from Romania.It is a landmark, currently at 3895 Saint-Laurent Boulevard and the most famous Montreal-style smoked meat restaurant.Schwartz's often has a line extending out of the store, whether it is the middle of the day or late at night. The company also sells smoked meat by mail order. It is kosher style rather than strictly kosher.
The staff of Schwartz's credits the unique flavour of their smoked meat to their mandatory 10 day meat curing time, the high turnover of their meat, and their brick smoke-house covered with over 80 years worth of buildup.Schwartz's main offering is smoked meat, typically served there as a sandwich on seedless rye bread and slathered with French's mustard. The two slices of sandwich bread are typically rotated 90 degrees from alignment and cut down the center. The meat is ordered by the fat content from lean, medium, medium-fat or fat. Medium and medium-fat are the most popular and in some opinions, the most delectable, since lean tends to be dry and fat may be an acquired taste. The classic Schwartz's meal include a medium-fat sandwich, fries, half-sour pickle, coleslaw, red pepper, and a black cherry soda. YUM!!
Carole Spandau paints delightful paintings of Montreal street scenes .
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April 1st, 2011
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