Corky & Lenny's is a venerable Jewish delicatessen that has been an institution on Cleveland's East Side for more than 33 years. It's such a fixture in the community that even a salmonella outbreak that produced 23 confirmed cases and caused dozens of others to become sick scarcely made a dent in its considerable good will. When the health department closed the place down, live television remotes showed restaurant workers scrubbing and sanitizing every surface of the restaurant while ...

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