First Kosher Sausage Cart Hits NYC
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First Kosher Sausage Cart Hits NYC

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Hannah Dreyfus is a staff writer at the New York Jewish Week. She covers abuses of power in non-profit and religious settings. She heads up the Investigative Journalism Fund, an initiative to fill a gap in investigative and enterprise reporting. Reach her at hannah@jewishweek.org

In the mood for a kosher sausage? Today's your day.

A food cart called “Holy Rollers,” at the corner of 48th Street and Sixth Avenue, a block from the heart of the Diamond District, bills itself as New York City’s “first Glatt kosher meat cart” and “the first kosher sausage cart,” according to the yeahthatskosher.com web site.

Holy Rollers, under the kashrut supervision of the Orthodox Union, offers such varieties as Polish, Cajun and Sweet Italian, with other items like Double Dogs and Pulled Brisket also on the menu, all served inside “fesh hoagies.”

Hours are 10:30 a.m. – 5/6 p.m., “but be prepared to find the cart at other locations around the city at night,” yeahthatskosher.com states.

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