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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Kosher Meat --> Smoked Meats

Smoked meat is a Jewish method of preparing cured meats which originated among the Jews of Central Europe; and is often associated with Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It can be served on a plate or as a smoked meat sandwich. Smoked meat is similar to New York-style pastrami and corned beef.

Smoked meat originated among Ashkenazi Jewish communities in Europe, and is often associated with other foods popularized by Jewish communities, such as bagels. In North America, outside of Montreal, "smoked meat" (in general, not Montreal-style) is referred to as pastrami which is derived from the Yiddish: פא סטראמע (pronounced pastrómeh). Both the dish and the word were brought to North America with the wave of Jewish immigration from Bessarabia and Romania in the second half of the 19th century; it is similar to roast brisket, a signature dish of the local Jewish cuisine of these regions. Smoked meat, also known as salt beef in London, is cured, spiced, and flavoured in ways similar to corned beef. Difference in meat cut and spicing mean that smoked meat's taste is different from either of these, and even varies among recipes.

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