If you are Jewish, you want your son to be a doctor. But think again. Ziggy Gruber, the “deli man” among several featured in Erik Greenberg Anjou’s new documentary, Deli Man, will do just fine. Trained for cordon bleu at the Culinary Institute, the young Ziggy was so attached to his grandparents, he went into the family business, and now, successfully situated in Houston, the deli restaurateur of his dreams and married to his masseuse, he is worth way more than his weight in chopped liver. Dimple cheeked, Ziggy is a Jewish boy in the great Jewish tradition: he honors his ancestors, and the crude and heimish cuisine of his people.