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“The Roll with a Hole”

published 14/07/2004

Lovely toasted

Why does it have a hole?

I could never do the Atkins diet, I love bread of many varieties but I was quite late in discovering the delights of a bagel. New York Bagels are probably the most common available in the UK. First of all what is a Bagel? It is a chewy, ring shape roll that is shiny on the outside and has a very...

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“I Just Love Bagels”

published 10/04/2002

Tasty Healthy Yummy

Not Many

There are several legends concerning the origin of the bagel. One of the most common suggests that in 1683 a Jewish baker in Austria wished to pay a tribute to King Jan Sabieski of Poland – who had helped drive Turkish invaders out of Africa. The Austrian baker, knowing the fondness of King...

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“A taste of America.”

published 02/09/2003

Low fat but not low taste!

Not as good as real American bagels.

I have to say that the first time I ever ate a bagel was about a year ago. I new they existed, Philadelphia cheese was made especially for them was it not? But I’d just never ventured into the shops and bought them for myself. Last year however, there seemed to be an explosion of bagels onto the...

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Delicious, Nutritious & Come In A Variety of Flavo...

Don't Stay Fresh Forever :(

Dear Friend, I am writing to tell you about something very close to my heart. I hope it will touch you, as it has touched me. It is a very serious matter and should not be taken lightly. Please leave your comments after you have finished reading. Anyone who has read my opinion on Boston will know...

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Excellent

Great taste, lots of varieties available, fantasti...

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New York Bakery Bagels are my favourite brand by far and a packet of 5 is available from £1.13 from Tesco or www.tesco.co.uk and these are packaged in a plastic bag with a neck seal tab and this means that you can undo the bag, take out just one or two bagels & then reseal them for freshness...

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“Bag a bagel!!”

published 06/06/2009

Great with lots of different fillings, Lower fat t...

Can be too chewy for some people

***NEW YORK BAGELS*** New York bagels were founded in 1907 in New York City. Here making bagels became an art, simmering the raw dough in boiling water prior to baking was the best kept secret to create the chewy texture and lock in the flavour. The bagels were then stone-baked to create the...

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Good

Different

Very dry

Bagel is a funny sounding word and has never seemed right for a food product to me, but then at one time I associated curry more with grooming a horse than a spicy meal. I’ve never eaten bagels before and decided when I saw them on the shelf at Spar to fill a gap in my food education as...

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“Circles of goodness”

published 12/11/2002

Not too hard, not too soft....just right!

Can sometimes be hard to find places that sell the...

Well, they look like donuts, don't they?! I've been hooked on New York bagels ever since my boyfriend introduced me to them - before coming to uni a year and a bit ago I'd never touched a bagel. My mistake! Bagels, for those who don't know, are speciality breads shaped liked doughnuts - round...

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“Barely like a bagel.”

published 31/01/2002

fills a gap

lacks something

The bagel is a Jewish bread product. My first experience of one was in London many years ago, and I was amazed by how filling they were. Back then, Bagels were only just coming 'in' and you couldn't get them easily. Imagine my delight when suddenly you could buy bags of bagels in the supermarket...

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Excellent

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You can call me stupid if you like, but I never really knew what a bagel was until I ate one a few weeks ago. Since then, I've been addicted! Coming in at just 2% fat and 10% sugar, they are a surprisingly healthy product considering how sweet and enjoyable they are to eat. They are ideal toasted...

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“Bagels From The Big Apple!”

published 20/10/2005

Taste Lovely

Quite Rich

Today I have had a little bit of a disaster. I woke up this morning and discovered that the freezer door had been left open all night and so today it has been a case of trying to salvage as much as I can. I managed to cook a few of the things and I won't even try to begin to describe the bizarre...

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“Me and my bagels.”

published 29/08/2004

low fat and high flavour, great for a healthy snac...

not always available at local sainsburys

I like breakfast, I like elevenses, I like snacks, I like supper, and I like bagels. I first tried New York bagels as they were on a buy one get one free offer at the bakery section of Sainsbury and the fresh cooked bread section smelled so good, I just lingered around buying lots of goodies. I...

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“a fruity delight!”

published 18/09/2009

tasty

none

The New York bakery company make a range of delicious bagels in a variety of flavours including plain, multi-seed and cinnamon and raisin. This review is for the cinnamon and raisin bagels which are currently on offer at Tescos for £1.00 for a pack of 5 (usual price £1.25). The packaging is...

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“A US-style breakfast”

published 12/08/2005

Cheap and tasty

Only 5 in a packet

I've been buying New York Bagels on and off for years. They usually cost about 99p-£1.20 for a pack of 5 but I sometimes get a pack free when I buy "Philadelphia" cheese spread. It tastes lovely on a toasted bagel and I often scoff one for breakfast. Now, these bagels come in a few varieties...

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“New York! New York!”

published 09/01/2005

Already sliced in half!!!!

Only 5 in a pack!

I had never tried bagels until six months ago when, after hearing all my friends raving about them, I just had to see what the fuss was all about. Now I have tried many different kinds and these do seem to come out tops! The thing about most bagels is that they don't come sliced, but not the New...

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