When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Right but what does that have to do with eating Bagels? Nothing, unless you rephrase it like so: when in New York, do as the New Yorkers do. That pretty much means folding your pizza in half, trying to be Gordon Gecko when you’re really just Bud Fox, and most importantly eating bagels all the time. I can officially say I hadn’t really had a bagel until I visited Murray’s Bagels in Chelsea. Delicious! I’m sold. Their bagels had perfect texture, and their cream cheese was subtly flavored and thankfully not over the top. Insane dane, Eatopia’s resident bagel expert and Hanabi discuss the virtues of good bagels in this episode. Also, check out Insane Dane’s latest Dish + Drink recipe.
We also have appearances by The High Strung,
and Mount Kimbie.
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