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Kosher Sausage, Now That's Inclusive

October 08, 2000|DAVID SACKS

Sometimes when you're an observant Jew and you've just accepted the vice-presidential nomination of the Democratic Party, the only way to celebrate is with kosher sausage. At least that's how Connecticut Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman felt after the Democratic National Convention. "Think of it as the gourmet kosher alternative to Pink's," Jeff Rohatiner, owner of Jeff's Gourmet Sausage, says of the sampler of chicken cilantro, turkey Italian, jalapeno and the more traditional Polish and bratwurst he provided for Lieberman's party. "This is not your father's kosher sausage, but then again, I don't know if your father ever had a kosher sausage." Jeff's Gourmet opened less than a year ago at 8930 W. Pico Blvd. As for the competition, "There hasn't been a place like this for the last 3,000 years, so I think I'm in pretty good shape."

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