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From budget-friendly to big-ticket bagels, tapping into the Jewish ancestral tradition of chowing down on a circular carb can get a little complicated. But we’re here to help. This chart takes a look at the top bagel shops in New York and examines how much a good old-fashioned bagel with lox and a schmear will run you.
When New York City jail guard Eleazar Paz had eggs, a poppy seed bagel and a coffee for breakfast in January of 2016, he had no idea it would cost him his $82,000 job. A random urine test revealed 522 nanograms of morphine and 358 nanograms of codeine in his system, and he was subsequently thrust into a legal maze that would take two years to unravel.
In the dark ages, otherwise known as 2017, visiting an appetizing store from Park Slope involved some finesse, some planning, and some knowledge of the precarious subway system. And what was an appetizing store? Just the spunky younger sister of the deli. As per Jewish law, milk and meat cannot be eaten together. This meant that folks who wanted a pastrami sandwich headed to a deli while folks who wanted a crisp bialy invented the appetizing store, which specialized in fish, dairy, bagels and often baked goods.
Rapper Ice-T is tired of fighting. He’s tired of hiding. He is who he is: A 60-year-old man who has never eaten a bagel and never intends to eat one. He said as much on social media today, sending Bagel Twitter into a fit: