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@DOWNLOAD E-PUB ô How to Feed Friends and Influence People: The Carnegie Deli... A Giant Sandwich, a Little Deli, a Huge Success º Full Of Insightful Wisdom, Hilarious Anecdotes, And Tasty Recipes, How To Feed Friends And Influence People Tells The Savory Story Of The Carnegie Deli, Home Of The World Famous Gargantuan Sandwich Revealing The Core Business Principles That Have Made The Deli Such A Success, The Book Explains Why And How The Carnegie Became The Delicatessen Of Choice For Presidents, Celebrities, At Least One Sultan, And Millions Of Other Extremely Hungry Diners From Around The World More Than Just A Delightful And Delicious Tale Of Business Success, This Fascinating And Funny Book Covers The Deli S History, Shows You How To Make A Real Brooklyn Egg Cream, And Piles Up Loads Of New York History So Get Cooking


10 thoughts on “How to Feed Friends and Influence People: The Carnegie Deli... A Giant Sandwich, a Little Deli, a Huge Success

  1. Esad Hoxha Esad Hoxha says:

    4 Stars because I didn t try personally their sandwiches yet, otherwise very interesting read.


  2. Hannah Hannah says:

    As a kid, whenever my parents would take me to New York City, we would make a mandatory visit to the Carnegie Deli for the mile high corned beef sandwiches, dill pickles, and cheesecake When my mother bought me this book, I was excited to learn about the history of our favorite deli, and it was a quick read, but not very well written It s worth it for New York history buffs, or deli fans, and there are some great po...


  3. Robin Robin says:

    Looking for nostalgic bits bout Grandpa Abie, who used to co own the Carnegie.Satisfaction comes on page 49, where Dad and Grandpa are both mentioned.Completely worth it for the recipes, though they oddly alternate between serves one and serves 125.


  4. Summer Summer says:

    I found this book pretty boring Perhaps because I have never been to the Carnegie Deli, but perhaps just because it was a boring book.