Bagel Talk Episode 3- The Pickle Guys

 

Alan Kaufman of the Pickle Guys (l) joins Host Joe Pontillo (r) and Marc Fintz

 

The Pickle Guys(s) Sits down for a Bagel Talk

 

NOVEMBER 12 (NYC)-On Episode 3 of Davidovich’s Bagel Talk, Alan Kaufman, of the Pickle Guys joins host and comedian Joe Pontillo for a fun discussion on the history of pickles on the Lower East Side.   Have you ever wondered the difference between a Sour and Half Sour?   Have you ever wondered what pickle goes best with a bagel sandwich?   Tune in to find out.

To find out more:

Davidovich Bakery- www.allnp.com

The Pickle Guys- www.pickleguys.com

Joe Pontillo Comedy-https://www.joepontillo.com

Bagel Talk Episode 2- A Look at the New Essex Street Market

Mark Fintz (l) joining Lauren Margolis of the Essex Street Market, and Host Joe Pontillo
Lauren Margolis (l) with Host, Joe Pontillo

September 10, 2018 NYC-On the 2nd Episode of Bagel Talk Lauren Margolis, Community Programs Manager at Essex Market, joins our host and comedian, Joe Pontillo for a brief overview of the Historic Essex Street Market and a sneak peak at the New Essex Street Market to open in the Winter of 2018.

Lauren talked briefly about the history of public markets in NYC and how the Essex Street Market plays into that history, about the current market with its 26 vendors, and the near future of the construction project to open later this year offering a relocation of the current vendors plus much more.

 

The Proposed New Essex Street Market opening in 2018

Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.

To Find Out More about Joe Pontillo Comedy:

https://www.joepontillo.com

To Find out The Essex Street Market:

http://www.essexstreetmarket.com

Davidovich’s Bagel Talk Episode 1- Ben’s Bagel Tours

 

Ben Wagenberg (l) from Ben’s Bagel Tours with Comedian Joe Pontillo

August 30, 2018 NYC– On August 30, 2018 the Davidovich Bakery   launched the premier of its talk show, BAGEL TALK.   This serial talk show, hosted by Brooklyn’s famed comedian Joe Pontillo, filmed at Davidovich Bakery’s retail location at the historic Essex Street Market, featured NYC’s famed Food historian, Ben Wagenberg, of Ben’s Bagel Tours.   Topics included:

  • Why NYC has the Best Bagels
  • What’s Fun to See in NY Food
  • Rainbow Bagels-Fun Addition to the Bagel World or Abomination?
  • More…

Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.

To Find Out More about Joe Pontillo Comedy:

https://www.joepontillo.com

To Find out More About Ben’s Bagel Tours:

Meet Ben

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.

A Guide To Davidovich’s Kosher Status and Products

A Guide To Davidovich’s Kosher Status and Products

What is Kosher?

When your product or establishment is certified Kosher, shoppers know that you comply with a strict policy of kosher food laws, including cleanliness, purity and quality.

Who Certifies Davidovich’s Wholesale Facilities?

OK KosherOK Kosher Certification maintains one of the most instantly recognizable kosher symbols in the history of kosher certification. It is Eye-Catching and Symbolizes Kosher, Innovation and Professionalism.

 Davidovich Bagels*

Davidovich Bagels are Kosher Certified.  They are parve and Pas Yisroel.

In kashrut, the dietary laws of Judaism, pareve (from Yiddish פאַרעווfor “neutral”, in Hebrew פרווה, and also parve and other variant English spellings) is a classification of edible substances that contain neither dairy nor meat ingredients.

Pas Yisroel or Pat Yisrael (Hebrew: פתישראל‎ lit:”Bread of an Israelite”) products are grain-products that were cooked or baked with the participation of an observant Jew. The observant Jew must, at minimum, ignite the flame used to prepare, cook, or bake the grain product.

Davidovich Sweets**

 Davidovich Sweets are Certified as Kosher Dairy.

All foods derived from, or containing, milk are classified as dairy, including milk, butter, yogurt and all cheese – hard, soft and cream. Even a trace amount of dairy can cause a food to be considered dairy.

Dairy products must meet the following criteria in order to be certified kosher:

  • They must come from a kosher animal.
  • All ingredients must be kosher and free of meat derivatives. (Conventional rennet, gelatin, etc., are of animal origin and may not be used in kosher dairy.)
  • They must be produced, processed and packaged on kosher equipment.

*A Complete list of Kosher Certified Bagels may be provided with a valid Kosher Certificate

**A Complete list of Kosher Certified Sweets may be provided with a valid Kosher Certificate

Questions:

  1. Are Davidovich Kosher Dairy products also Cholov? No- Davidovich Sweets are not Cholov.
  2. Are Davidovich Parve Products certified as Yoshon? No- Davidovich Sweets are not made with Yoshon flour or certified as Yoshon
  3. Are Davidovich’s retail locations Certfied Kosher? Davidovich has two locations at the Essex Street and Chelsea Markets.  While there are products at the locations that are certified as Kosher and the Davidovich’s Kosher products are sold there the locations themselves are not certified as Kosher by the OK Kosher or any other Kosher Agency
  4. Can I still get Kosher Products at Davidovich’s retail stores?  Yes, you may special order any of Davidovich’s Wholesale products to be delivered to their retail locations Kosher Sealed for your comfort and protection.

 

 

 

The History of the Essex Street Market and Davidovich Bagels

Essex Street Market (Circa 1940’s)

February 18, 2018–  The Essex Street Market, was constructed in the 1940s, and is an indoor retail market that was one of a number of such facilities built in the 1930s under the administration of Mayor Fiorello La Guardia at 120 Essex Street, at Delancey Street.  The Essex Street Market is operated and managed by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). The 15,000-square-foot  market is made up of approximately 35 individual stalls that range in size from 90 to 600 square feet.  The prevailing concept was to keep merchants off the streets of the Lower East Side with a permanent retail structure.

1980’s Essex Street Was Thought of as “Gritty”

The Lower East Side of old is was often described as “gritty” and “not nice,” and based on some photos from longtime resident Steve Butcher, that grittiness manifested itself during the 1980s as entire lots occupied by piles of broken car parts and assorted garbage.

During this time The Davidovich Bakery Family was busy formulating their Artisan Style, Kosher hand made Davidovich Bagels in the style and character that Old World Lower East Side bakers has made famous in the heyday of the Essex Street Market.

2013 The Essex Street Market Welcomed Davidovich to its Family of Vendors.

The Essex Street Market continues to be one of the last Public Food Markets left in the United States.  Current tenants include Davidovich Bagels, which opened the first of its worldwide bakeries in the Essex Street Market on October 10, 2013.  The Davidovich family always believed that The Lower East Side was the key to Artisan bagel lineage New Yorkers and Americans were so passionate about so it was a natural choice for the 1st of several retail Davidovich Bagel and Bakery locations.

The Future Essex Street Market, Home to a New and Exciting Davidovich Bakery Location.

It was recently announced that In 2019, Essex Street Market will move to a new home that lies at the cornerstone of the the Essex Crossing development project, a multi-use development project that will transform the Lower East Side with 1.9 millions square feet of residential, commercial and community space over the next decade. This larger, more modern space invites a whole slew of new vendors to join the Essex Street Market family  Though in a new space, Essex Street Market will continue to remain a public market, allowing vendors the same opportunity to continue serving residents – old and new – with both affordable and specialty foods.

In the near future both The Essex Street Market and Davidovich Bakery will move into a beautiful new home that honors the traditions and character of The Lower East Side, yet brings many exciting new features and services to the people of the area.

Come and join us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Davidovich Bagels Featured on NBC NEWS for It’s Charitable Food Giving in NYC

Media Contact:  
Name- Marc Fintz
Title- Director of Business Development
Phone: 212-391-2870 xt 113
Email address: marc@allnp.com
Davidovich Bagels Featured on NBC NEWS for It’s Charitable Food Giving in NYC
Davidovich Partners with Door Dash to Feed the Hungry

February 10, 2018 (NYC)-On Friday, February 9, 2018, NATIONAL BAGEL DAY, Davidovich Bakery was featured on NBC’s 5′ 0clock News for it’s partnership with Door Dash to provide excess food from our retail stores in NYC to hungry New Yorkers, who are struggling to feed themselves in difficult economic times.

Company CEO, Gene Davidovich, was interviewed from Davidovich’s Essex Street Marketlocation on the Lower East Side of NYC.

Davidovich is proud of it’s multiple, year-round, charitable endeavors.  The company takes social responsibility very seriously.

 

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/on-air/as-seen-on/DoorDash-Teams-Up-With-Restaurants-to-Fight-Hunger_New-York-473658213.html

Davidovich Bakery Rolls Out Complete Artisan Kosher Line

October 18, 2017-All Natural Products Davidovich Bakery has always been an artisan, Kosher Bakery featuring a wide array of gourmet baked goods for the NYC Metro area.

Now for the final quarter of 2017 Davidovich Bakery has rolled out a complete updated Kosher line featuring the finest Artisan Baked goods in the market place.

These include the world famous Davidovich Bagels which are Kosher Parve and Pas Yisroel.

Kosher Breads which are Kosher Parve.

Kosher Croissants, Pastries, Muffins, Cookies and Sweets that are Kosher-D.

Babka and other products that are Kosher Parve, Pas Yisroel, and Yoshen.

Customers can now deal with one source, the Davidovich Bakery, for all of its Kosher Baked Goods.  No need to source Kosher goods from multiple vendors.   Davidovich offered streamlined delivery, boutique invoicing, and credible Kosher packaging.

These products are ideal for Kosher Caterers, Schools, Chabbad, markets and anywhere where people recognize the value of a respectable Kosher Certification.  Surveys show that consumers feel a greater sense of satisfaction when purchasing products that are inspected and certified as Kosher.

These Kosher Artisan products can be found at the retail outlets of the Davidovich Bakery at the Essex Street Market and the Chelsea Market.

To find out more contact Davidovich Bakery at sales@allnp.com