The rainbow bagel looks like a Willy Wonka creation crossed with used play doh set in a reality that I’m not quite prepared to live in. It exists at The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, New York and is topped with a schmear of Funfetti cream cheese made with cake mix and is something you can eat. Sure, it’s visually…
Nobody seems to know why, but it's a fact that the best bagels in the world are made in New York. This vintage video—restored by the Brooklyn Public Library—pays homage to all those guys who wake up early everyday to perpetuate the art of fresh handmade bagels.
Bagels are delicious literally no matter which way you slice them—but are they more delicious when cut into a "mathematically perfect" shape? Stony Brook University's engineering professor George W. Hart thinks he has found the magic formula.
The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Company claims it devised a revolutionary water filtration system that turns ordinary Florida tap into the secret ingredient that flavors delicious New York bagels. But now an investor is suing the company saying it's all a lie. Oy vey.
Maybe it's just because I haven't had a bagel in ages, but I'm willing to forgo my fancy flash storage solutions for this 1GB pile of carbs and cheese.
How about a little coffee or bagel with your Hot Pocket? LG has combination microwaves that include either a six-cup coffee maker or a bagel toaster actually attached to the microwave. The units are all stainless steel and go for $150 or so.