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Deli steak, unkindness to the deaf, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, deli maven David Sax elegizes the Romanian Jewish steakhouse, where they grilled the meat, now most famously and, perhpas, exclusively embodied by the Lower East Side’s Sammy’s Roumanian. Contributing editor Eddy Portnoy shows that pre-World War II East European Jews were relatively intolerant of the deaf among them. The Scroll will update you on the conversion bill and other matters throughout the day.

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