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Bagelnomics: The Curious Pricing of New York's Bagel With Cream Cheese

Max Falkowitz 49 comments

What's the most cost-effective way to get cream cheese on your bagel? We visited six of the city's top bagel shops and crunched the numbers to find out. More

Boston's Best Bagels —and Best Bagel Sandwich—are at Bagelsaurus at Cutty's

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 6 comments

Meet Bagelsaurus's glorious version of bagels and lox, which includes a crackly, chewy handmade bagel, cream cheese, piles of house-cured salmon, pickled onions, and crispy fried capers. More

Behind the Scenes at Beauty's Bagels in Oakland

Tory Putnam 7 comments

When we heard about the hand-rolled, freshly baked bagels coming out of Beauty's Bagel Shop, we jumped at the chance to pay a behind-the-scenes visit. So, waking before sunrise and venturing across the Bay Bridge, we slipped into the kitchen with the Oakland store's early morning bakers for a look at their step-by-step process (and some bonus lessons in bagel classification). More

Sunday Brunch: Smoked Salmon and Egg Bagels

Sunday Brunch Sydney Oland 3 comments

A fast, satisfying brunch of softly cooked scrambled eggs combined with a toasted bagel and rich smoked salmon. More

Smoked Salmon and Egg Bagels

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 2 comments

Softly cooked scrambled eggs combined with toasted bagel and rich salmon are all you need for a fast, tasty brunch. More

Bagel Chips From 'The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Homemade bagel chips are a great way to use up stale bagels. These make for a unique substitute for croutons in Nick Zukin and Michael C. Zusman's "Diet" Salad from their new cookbook, The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home. More

Housemade Bagel Bites and Lox at Eventide in Portland, Maine

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 1 comment

Frankly, the idea of making bagels from scratch just to tear up and fry sounded as ironic as making brioche specifically to make bread pudding. (Isn't that what leftovers are for?) But once I started eating the bagel's crisp, seed-covered crust and soft-yet-chewy interior, I was ready for an I-told-ya-so. More

A Sandwich a Day: Hook at Reno

Chicago Joe Roy 2 comments

The Hook ($8.00) is comprised of house cured togarashi lox, thinly sliced cucumber, creamy avocado, artichoke cream cheese, and sharp and crunchy red onion, all piled high between your choice of freshly wood-fired bagel (I went with My Everything). More

Good Bread: My Favorite Loaves in New York

New York Andrew Coe 5 comments

I can't get through the day unless I have a couple of slabs of good bread, toasted and smeared with cream cheese and jam, along with my morning coffee. For me, "good bread" has to be fresh, with a great aroma; I have a great appreciation of all the dense breads out there. More

Daily Slice: Five Onion Bagel Crust Pizza at Abbot's, Los Angeles

Slice Kelly Bone 12 comments

Abbot's Pizza is famous for its bagel crust. No, it's not a bagel pizza. It's a regular pie with a dense and chewy outer crust resembling a bagel, complete with a coat of poppy or sesame seeds. The wafer crisp undercrust, though a little bland, provides robust support for the phenomenal toppings. More

What's Your Favorite Bagel In New York?

New York Carey Jones 19 comments

All the polls! We've already told you our thoughts on the best bagel in New York. (And we're standing by it!) But these are the People's Choice Awards, after all, so we'll let you have your say. Tell us: what's... More

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