i couldn’t agree with michael more (not the filmaker) bagel sandwiches are a shanda.
double toasted everything bagel with garlic-herb cream cheese
What’s the difference between a "real bagel" and a "chain bagel"?
Poppy seed bagel from either Gryfe’s (fluffy and weightless) or Open Window Bakery (dense and chewy).
Butter, plain cream chees, slice of spanish onion and lox. Used to have that every Sunday for brunch when I was growing up.
What kind of bread do you make a bagel sandwich on. [:o)] Speaking of bagels; The first time Bill Monroe (Bluegrass) ate one he remarked that it was the toughest donut he had ever eaten, and that it was not very sweet either.
There’s nothing like a good sandwich. And that sounds NOTHING like a good sandwich!
"Everything" bagel, vegetable cream cheese, thin slice of red onion, smidgeon of Dijon, smoked salmon, shredded lettuce, tomato.
Its tough to find bagels around here let alone in a sandwich form. We used to have an Einstien’s that did serve them but they never sounding very interesting to try, bagels with a cream cheese is a breakfast item to me. The Einstien’s is now long gone.
OK, now THIS is disgusting. Hubby eats bologna & farmer’s cheese on a toasted blueberry bagel!
I love a nice toasted onion bagel with very thinly sliced roast beef,horseradish mayo and thinly sliced red onions….Yummmmm
Not to sound like a total dork, I saw in a post "TROLL ALERT" what does that mean????[/purple]
They may have been a big thing, but I never heard of such a thing. Having access to real bagels I never went to one of those chain places.
By the way, are you by any chance related to North Face? [:D]
I used to get lunch quite often at a nice bagel shop on 7th ave in NY that served a nice pastrami. My favorite was on an everything bagel with mustard and a nice half sour on the side. Another favorite was hot roast beef and cheddar…only I couldn’t ask for that at the kosher place.
Had a steak, egg, and cheese on an everything bagel at a bagel shop in NJ, pretty good breakfast. I still like a buttered bagel best.
First choice: Untoasted plain or sesame bagel with nova salmon, cream cheese, tomato, red onion. Second choice: Pork roll, fried egg and cheese on a sesame or pumpernickel bagel.
I agree with the poster who commented that not all bagels are really bagels. The mushy ones are like Wonder Bread rolls…no relation to a crusty, chewy bagel. I saw a Rachel Ray piece about Montreal the other day…their bagels looked very good. Boiled first, then baked. H & H in NYC and many of the bagel shops in NJ are very good.
Google is my search engine of last resort. I can’t understand all of the hype about it. [8D]
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