Ottolenghi's Favorite Cookbooks, The Perfect Bagel

We LOVE Yotam Ottolenghi (and hope you do too). He dishes on his favorite cookbooks. [Serious Eats]

What makes a perfect bagel? Mary Ting Hyatt tries to answer the unanswerable. [The Kitchn]

If that made you hungry, here’s where to get 10 of the best bagels in New York. [Village Voice]

How to Throw the ultimate bagel brunch (just incase you needed any more incentive). [Bon Appetit]

It took a while, but Spring has finally arrived. Celebrate with a zucchini kugel. [The Nosher]

This summer is an excellent season for cookbooks. Here’s your ultimate roundup of the most delicious titles. [Eater]

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