Mile End Platter

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Chopped liver may be just be an after thought for most people, but not when it’s made in house by Mile End and served alongside their delicious house made Montreal Smoked Meat. This pack is a delicious option for anyone looking to serve a bit more than the usual sandwich fare.

More Details

Each Mile End Platter serves between 4-6 people and includes:

  • 2 lbs sliced Montreal Smoked Meat (cured and smoked in house brisket)
  • 1 lb Chopped Liver (made in house)
  • 6 slices each of Rye & Pumpernickel bread
  • 1 quart McClures Whole Garlic Dill Pickles
  • 1 pint Vinegar Slaw
  • ½ pint Deli Mustard

Instructions / Storage

Mile End Deli’s fresh meats should be enjoyed within 2 days of arrival and stored in the refrigerator or can be frozen for up to 2 months; please try to remove as much air from the packaging as possible before freezing.

Smoked Meat can be enjoyed cold, but if you prefer to warm the meat we recommend doing so by steaming. The best way to steam is by placing a steamer insert into a medium sauce pot that has a 1/2 inch of water below the base of the steam tray insert. An easy alternative, that is also great for a quick clean up, would be to fill the pot with a 1/2 inch of water and wrap aluminum foil over the top with a 2 inch depression towards the bottom of the pot. Gently poke holes to allow the steam to escape. Once the water is steaming, place the meat on top of the insert or foil and cover the pot for 1-2 minutes or until desired temperature has been reached.

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Shipping Details

  • Items are prepared fresh and shipped directly from the shop
  • Mile End ships Monday-Thursday of each week.
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes.
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii will incur an additional $35 charge. Sorry guys!
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The Montreal Smoked Brisket was delicious and perfectly tender, we opted not to use the rye bread with it as the brisket was too gently flavored the rye overpowered the brisket.
Martha W. - Vero Beach, FL
Most was delicious, too much corned beef tho compared to the amt of the really excellent dressing. Way too many dill pickles, as I don’t care for them at all. The rye bread could have been fresher. It was so expensive, it kinda hurts when not as expected.
Linda T. - Nampa, ID