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On the Clock: Interacting with customers fun part of job for apprentice butcher

Sal’s Meat Market employee Dan Cornicelli grabs a ribeye steak for a customer recently.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Sal’s Meat Market employee Dan Cornicelli grabs a ribeye steak for a customer recently.
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Dan Cornicelli stood behind one of the five long coolers at Sal’s Quality Market in Rotterdam. It was 11 a.m. on Thursday. There was no line at the landmark grocery and meat store on Guilderland Avenue at Draper Avenue. Cornicelli knew lunch time was coming. People would be coming, too — ordering salads, cold cuts, sausage, steaks and ground beef. The 22-year-old Cornicelli, an apprentice butcher and longtime Rotterdam resident, has been behind the counter ...


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