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Deli Days: Idaho's Jewish Festival

As if the City of Trees weren't hankering for pastrami sandwiches and knishes already, the annual event at Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel just got hotter—literally.

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Deli Days is an old and beloved Boise tradition. As if the City of Trees weren't hankering for pastrami sandwiches and knishes already, the annual event at Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel just got hotter—literally. Thursday and Friday, zip up to the synagogue on the Boise Bench for pastrami and corned beef sandwiches served hot, new items like egg creams—milk, seltzer and chocolate syrup—and adult beverages like beer from Highlands Hollow, Longdrop Cider and wine from Proletariat. Work off those carbs dancing to music by Leta Neustaedter (singing Streisand) and Fleet Street Klezmer Band on Thursday, and Lucky Tongue and Idaho Peace Band on Friday. Deli Days is free to attend, and food and drinks can be bought on a ticket system at $2 a ticket or 13 tickets for $20. Check the website for details.


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