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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Coming soon to NKy: New York Bagels

This just in from Covington's Pike Street Press:

"Friday December 21st and Saturday December 22nd: - We are flying in a real New York City experience! We will have H&H bagels - from the upper west side of Manhattan - flown in for the weekend so make sure you get yours before they run out. These ultra fresh bagels are famous and delicious and we are considering flying them in every weekend just for you. So, stop by, try one and let us know what you think!"

You can order H&H bagels directly from their web site too. My freshman year in college, we had a couple women living down the hall who were diehard New Yorkers, whose parents sent them massive bag fulls of fresh New York bagels that tasted wonderful. Ah, good memories. And good bagels.


at 12:44 PM Anonymous nicejewishgirl said...

Yay! I'll stop by and check them out. Having said that Marx's makes a damn fine bagel (even if the owner is a schmuck sometimes), and they also have great Bialys. Those are hard to find outside of the Big Apple.

at 11:45 AM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

oooh, bialys. haven't had one of those in a long time. i'll have to get the marx's, thanks for the reminder!

at 7:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Take it from this transplanted NYer, Marx bagels taste like crap.

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