There is Nothing Like a Lox

Do you like Jewish food? What is your favorite? Bagels and cream cheese? Blintzes?

Lox is made from brined salmon, which gives it its saltier taste. It is often associated with bagels and cream cheese.

Listen to Allan Sherman share what he considers an important Jewish delicacy.

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