Posts Tagged ‘ bagels ’

The Bagel Bakers Union of the Lower East Side

October 23, 2015
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The Bagel Maker’s Union of the Lower East Side

A snapshot of turn-of-the-century Lower East Side reveals Jewish greenhorns peddling, hawking, and bargaining in Yiddish. There are meat and fish carts, vegetables, tailors, artists, and theater-troupes. And, of course, there are bagels. In the early 20th century, there were so many bagel makers, in fact, that a trade union…

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The Battle of the Montreal Bagel

November 14, 2013
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montreal-bagels

If you think of New York as the North American bagel capital, chances are you’re not Canadian.…

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The Yummiest Things in the Jewniverse

August 27, 2012
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challah-haye-sarah

The Jewniverse is a yummy place, so grab a fork and btayavon! Pork Memoirs—Tales of a…

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Bagels and Lox, Russian Style

December 13, 2011
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vlada

When Jewish immigrants left the Soviet Union and arrived in…

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Bagel Fever

November 16, 2011
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The bagel has long been a basic codifier of Askenazic Jewish identity.…

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