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DELIDelta Express Like Illusion (Deli album)
DELIDynamic Execution Layer Interface
DELIDivertissements Éducatifs, Loisirs Inventifs (French: Entertainment Education, Leisure Invention)
DELIDelicatessen
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About Nate'n Al Beverly Hills' world famous Nate'n Al Delicatessen, the deli with heart, has a tradition of serving delicious meals, bringing together great friends and using the finest ingredients since 1945.
We have been working with Sainsbury's to ensure that their delicatessen counter staff have a thorough understanding of how our cheese is made here in North Wales, what makes it tastes so good, and what makes it special.
BEIRUT: In the face of sprawling hypermarket stores like Spinneys, and the French chain Carrefour recently established at the City Centre mall, there are only a handful of fine delicatessens in Beirut, offering specialty food products and personalized customer service.
The owners of Max's Delicatessen traveled the world in search of the greatest sandwiches, from the traditional delicatessens of New York to the old-school sandwich makers of Detroit.
Cancer battler Jayne Powell at her delicatessen in Chaddesley Corbett.
Southern Cooperatives is to expand an in-store tie-up with specialist retailer The Hampshire Delicatessen to four further supermarkets.
A statement added: "As a precaution, sliced cold meats have been withdrawn from these two stores and we would advise anyone who has bought sliced cold meat from these delicatessen counters not to consume them.
Warwickshire meat and delicatessen company Aubrey Allen, which also supplies premium meat to many Michelin Star restaurants, has launched a new fine dining team for special events.
Along with sandwiches from a local delicatessen, Mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa got some first-hand advice from Mayor James Hahn on what to expect in his new job.
LONDON, May 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Sven Lorenz, managing director of London-based Delicatessen Group Ltd.
The idea for the purees came from Hilda, who had scoured supermarket and delicatessen shelves when looking for a fresh, pure ingredient to quickly add flavour to her home cooking.