Davidovich Bagels To Be Featured on New Tom Papa “Baked” on The Food Network

August 4, 2018 NYC-

“Baked is the perfect combo of carbs and comedy, and our audience will crack up with Tom and his guests, including his comedian pal Jim Gaffigan,” said Courtney White, General Manager and Executive Vice President, Programming, Food Network

When carb-loving comedian Tom Papa isn’t doing stand-up, he is probably eating, thinking about or making bread (his specialty is sourdough), and he takes his passion for baked goods to the next level in the new Food Network series Baked. In his mission to find the country’s best breads and pastries, Tom hits cities from coast to coast to shine a light on how local bakeries make life a little sweeter. (to read more…

https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Comedian-Tom-Papa-Breaks-Bread-Across-The-Country-In-Brand-New-Food-Network-Series-BAKED-20180801)

Included in Tom Papa’s journey to find the best breads is his fun filled visit to Davidovich NYC , at the Essex Street Market, to taste the World’s Best Bagels.

While we are sad to see summer go we will be excited to see Tom’s reaction to our All natural, Artisan bagels-kettle boiled, plank baked, kosher, and delicious.

Tune in, starting 9/3, on the Food Network and look here for more exciting updates.

How Eating Davidovich Bagels Can Help Your Metabolism- (From TIME)

November 29, 2017-Plenty of research has found that eating breakfast is important for weight maintenance, metabolism and overall good health. Now, the evidence gets even stronger: a small new randomized controlled trial finds that regularly eating a substantial morning meal directly affects how fat cells function in the body by changing the activity of genes involved in fat metabolism and insulin resistance. The findings suggest that eating breakfast every morning may help lower people’s risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, the study authors say—and that even if a morning meal increases a person’s total calorie consumption, those calories may be offset by other energy-burning benefits.

To Read the Full Article from TIME Magazine:

http://time.com/5040325/eating-breakfast-metabolism/