With Passover approaching this weekend, the search is on by many Jewish families for Kosher beef brisket for their Passover Seder. Brisket has become the traditional Passover entree for many families. But with changes in imports because of foot-and-mouth disease and a fire at a Kosher slaughterhouse in Kansas, brisket is in extremely short supply this year. Robert Siegel talks with Jay Parker, owner of Ben's Best Kosher Deli in Rego Park, Queens, New York.
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