New York Bagel Co. Bagels

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... 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 dense but beautifully soft inside. According to my bread recipe book it was originally used as the everyday bread ... Read review

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Community Level 5MHam

MHam

The Roll with a Hole

AdvantagesLovely toasted

DisadvantagesWhy does it have a hole?

"...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 dense but beautifully soft inside. According to my bread recipe book it was originally used as the everyday bread of Eastern European Jews, but now people associate it more with New Yorkers. The difference between a Bagel and a regular roll is that firstly ..." Read review
14.07.2004

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Community Level 6carminator

carminator

A taste of America.

AdvantagesLow fat but not low taste!

DisadvantagesNot as good as real American bagels.

"...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 ‘trendy eating out scene’. By trendy eating out scene I mean, places where the food is of an excellent quality and an excellent cost mostly as well. I only started eating out (other than pizza, burgers and ..." Read review
02.09.2003

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Community Level 7ashford

ashford

I Just Love Bagels

AdvantagesTasty Healthy Yummy

DisadvantagesNot Many

"...available in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, have gained tremendously in popularity in Britain in recent years. There was a time not so long ago when it was exceedingly difficult to be able to find them: not any more, thank goodness. They are low in fat and cholesterol which make them very appealing in these health conscious times. Bagels with Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese were, I suppose, the archetypical, savoury snack. ..." Read review
10.04.2002

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Community Level 3darkchild_ie

darkchild_ie

Perfect Til Your Tongue Gets To The Hole

AdvantagesDelicious, Nutritious & Come In A Variety of Flavours

DisadvantagesDon't Stay Fresh Forever :(

"...know my opinion isn’t on New York Bagels, but it’s the closet I could find!! ..." Read review
14.01.2002

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Bag a bagel!!

AdvantagesGreat with lots of different fillings, Lower fat than most white bread

DisadvantagesCan be too chewy for some people

"...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 ultimate perfect outer crust. Bagels are one of the most nutritious bread products you can eat and ounce for ounce have less than half the fat of most white breads. New York Bagels are low in ..." Read review
06.06.2009

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Type Bagel
Manufacturer New York Bagel Co.

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