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Jason Perlow

What I'll miss most in Jersey and the NY Metro Area

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Jason,

You can always find a great meal at Michael's Genuine Food & Drink in North Miami. This place makes up for all the mediocre places in Florida. We did his deep fried pig's ears at our March Event after I got him to give me the recipe.

Good luck in your new home from all of us at Les Marmitons NJ.


Paul Eggermann

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Les Marmitons of New Jersey

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Please try the bagels from The Sage in Hallandale Beach( but dont eat their matza ball soup, they use spagetti for the noodle). The bagels are consistently voted best Bagel in Broward. The bagels are chewy and dense. I actually cut them into 3rds when I'm at home and toast them. They are so dense, that sometimes its hard to scoop them.

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