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The finest things in life take time and true appreciation demands attention.

When you want to treat yourself to good food; knowing what you’re eating and where it’s coming from is the beginning.

Align yourself with a tradition of wonderfully fresh bagels that let you access the food you love when you want it; made to order for you.

“For 25 years, our experienced bakers have worked to produce daily-made small batches of bagels – so fresh you’ll feel like it’s the first time you’ve tried one.”

Bread flour, water, and yeast are the simple, time-tested foundation of this true family recipe. Passed on and perfected, our bagel recipe has represented the satisfying route to natural, delicious eating for years.

Our harvest is yours; become part of the wealth of fresh flavor that our bagels bring with every taste.

- Joseph Carfino and Jason Dippolito, Co-Owners of Bagel Brothers of NY

Bagel Tips

STORAGE
Cool bagels then store at room temperature in a plastic bag.

FREEZING
After buying your fresh bagels, you can slice them and place them in a plastic freezer bag. The bagels can be stored in the freezer for several months. When you are ready to eat them, put them directly into the
toaster from the freezer.

REVIVING
If uncovered bagels become stale before they’re eaten, rejuvenate them
by dampening lightly with water and they’ll toast like new.

TOPPINGS
Follow your taste buds when it comes to spreads and toppings for bagels. Typical toppings include cream cheese, butter, jelly and lox. Be creative! Choose from any of Bagel Brothers new cream cheese flavors or use bagels as a basis for deli and breakfast sandwiches. If you prefer, skip the topping and enjoy the bagel’s delicious baked-in flavor with no toppings.

TO TOAST OR NOT TO TOAST
The choice is yours! Bagels can be warmed in the toaster, halved and
laid under a broiler, warmed in a low-temperature oven or eaten at room temperature. Be wary of the microwave. It tends to toughen the bagel’s delightful chewy texture.

MAKING BAGEL CHIPS
Slice bagels into very thin rings and then chop the rings into smaller pieces. Arrange the “chips” in a single layer on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake until “chips” are browned and crisp. If desired, sprinkle with plain, onion or garlic salt; parmesan cheese; or cinnamon just before you take them out of the oven.

BAGEL CRUMBS
Sautee bagel crumbs in butter and herbs, mix with grated Parmesan cheese and sprinkle over cooked green vegetables. Make a savory or sweet pie crust by combining bagel crumbs with butter and seasonings, pressing the mixture into a pie or quiche pan, and baking for about 10 minutes at 400 degrees. As an alternative, spice the crumbs with cinnamon and nutmeg for a yummy topping for hot cereal or ice cream.

A BAGEL FOR BABY
Many doctors recommend giving a teething baby a bagel to chew on. To prevent crumbling, allow the bagel slice to become somewhat stale and stiff to prevent crumbling.