A pop-up bagel shop in DC sells out in 90 minutes.
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After years of fierce battle, the Jewish Daily Forward has declared an end to one of modern Jewish culture’s greatest divides: New York vs. Montreal bagels.
Austin has never had a major Jewish population, unlike Texas cities like Houston, Dallas, and even Galveston.
Kosher-for-Passover bagels? The mere idea seems inherently impossible.
For the second time, New York bagels were flown in overnight for hungry San Franciscans; but this time, there were no hour-long lines or bagel shortages.
Bagels are defined not just by their boiled dough, which imparts a dense, fluffy inside and crispy exterior, but by their shape.
A San Francisco pop-up restaurant serving (sort of) fresh New York bagels last week drew hours-long lines–and ended up turning away many empty handed.
Here are Jspace Food’s predictions for what will be big in the Jewish food world in 2014.
The US unofficially celebrated National Bagel Day on Sunday; but bagel dominance might be moving north.
The Georgetown Bagelry may be the best bagel shop in the nation’s capital, and the woman who brought it to prominence is now telling all.
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