Chef, restaurateur, and deli impresario Micah Wexler joins Jay’s 4 Questions podcast to discuss deli culture, the difference between pastrami and corned beef, and his mother’s chicken soup. The conversation highlights his childhood memories growing up in a deep, rich Jewish home and the role mentorship has played throughout his personal and professional career.
By tuning in this week, you will get an inside look into how Micah is at the forefront of an old movement become new again — the deli movement! As the co-founder and chef of Wexler’s Deli, Micah shares his experiences and knowledge gained thus far. From fine dining and his family shabbat table to smoking his own fish and now running a number of delis, this conversation will have you dreaming of a pastrami on rye (or vegetarian grilled cheese) before you know it!
Tune in for an inspiring and delicious episode!
If you want to try Micah’s smoked fish and more, visit https://wexlersdeli.com/.
Jay’s 4 Questions is the place where Jewish thought leaders from the worlds of entertainment, politics, food, tech, and more come to discuss and celebrate the Jewish experience.
This episode is brought to you by The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Jay’s 4 Questions is hosted by Jay Sanderson and edited by Ariel Aboody. Episodes 1-82 were produced by Alana Weiner. You can listen to individual episodes or subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.
© 2019 The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles All Rights Reserved.