Smoked Sturgeon - 1/2 lb.

$34

Go try to find cured and smoked sturgeon. And if you do, we promise it won’t be like this. Welxer’s sources their sturgeon from a small farm of environmentally conscious farmers in Northern CA’s Sacramento Delta. They cure this special sturgeon in-house in a proprietary blend of spices, and smoke it over applewood to a melt-in-your-mouth silky texture and beautiful cream color.

Born of a desire to serve classic Jewish deli food built on tradition, craftsmanship, and quality, Wexler’s uses old-school methods to handcraft their pastrami and smoked salmon. Both are cured and seasoned in-house every day. When you walk into Wexler’s it is clear that they are honoring the rich history of LA Delis that have come before them.

More Details

This package includes 1/2 lb. of hand-sliced smoked sturgeon

Instructions / Storage

  • This pack ships with ice packs
  • Store fish in the fridge until ready to eat

Shipping Details

  • Items are prepared fresh and shipped directly from the shop
  • Wexler’s Deli ships Monday – Thursday of each week
  • Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes
  • Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping. Sorry guys!
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REVIEWS

I sent it to my dad for his birthday and he was thrilled!
Larry B. - Chico, CA
11/20/19
Cant get food like this in Wyoming and i bought as a birthday present for my father who just couldnt stop raving about all the items.
Jack V. - Evanston, WY
02/05/20
Well, It was great. The smoked pastrami was maybe the best ever, and the turkey was unique and tasty. I have not tried the corned beef yet. The bread was a light rye flavor with other flavors as well, but was great. The pickles were great.
Robert F. - Encinitas, CA
01/31/20
Arrived on schedule, was still chilled. Wonderful salmon...and I'm from Alaska, so we have the very best. Excellent!
Catherine G. - Rancho Mirage, CA
02/03/20