Davidovich Bagels Answers Your Questions

Davidovich Bagels 5 pack

 

Davidovich Bagels 5 pack
Davidovich Bagels Available in Freezer Ready 5 Packs

Ann’s Question:    I live in NYC and want to stock up on some of your Davidovich Bagels.  How long will they stay Fresh?

Davidovich:    Ann, thank you for writing to us.   In the current environment we have gotten this question a lot.    Davidovich Bagels are made fresh daily without any harmful chemicals or additives.   While this means that you can not leave these Artisan gems out for an extended time BUT here is what we suggest:

  • Consume whatever bagels you need in one day.
  • Slice the remainder of your Davidovich Bagels
  • Place them in a pollywog
  • Place the poly bag in your home freezer
  • EAT AS YOU LIKE- Toasted or untoasted (thaw and serve)

We  understand that this is a difficult time for New Yorkers, people throughout the United States and the World and we are committed to making sure we are doing everything we can to provide stability and normalcy in the food chain.

The History of Bagels in America-Bagel Talk Episode 8

The History of Bagels in America-Bagel Talk Ep 8

February 24, 2020 (NYC)-The History of Bagels In America author and lecturer, Marc Fintz, joins hosts and comedian, Joe Pontillo, for a talk about the book, about bagel history, and about NYC History.

This light hearted look at the state of modern bagel making and the relationship between this iconic, cultural food and its people is not to be missed. The History of Bagels in America can be found everywhere books are sold.

Bagel Talk is a monthly talk show produced by Davidovich Bakery, the makers of the world most famous bagels.

The History of Bagels in America

Davidovich Bakery Coming to the Turnstyle Underground Market

A cheese kiosk, accessory shop and jewelry store are among the new businesses that will join the underground mall. (Yassie Liow/Patch)

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN — Columbus Circle’s Turnstyle Underground Market is getting four new stores, the West Side Rag reports.

The Eighth Avenue underground market that sits next to Columbus Circle is adding two new kiosks and two new shops to its line-up of businesses this month, all opening in the first two weeks of February……

(To Read The Reminder of the article visit: https://patch.com/new-york/upper-west-side-nyc/columbus-circles-underground-market-gets-4-new-stores-reporthttps://patch.com/new-york/upper-west-side-nyc/columbus-circles-underground-market-gets-4-new-stores-report )

Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tour-Bagel Talk Episode 7

Allison Chase (L), Matt Zaller, and Joe Pontillo (R)

January 22, 2020 NYC-Matt Zaller and Allison Chase of Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tours are the guests on Episode 7 of Davidovich’s Bagel Talk.   In their talk with host and comedian, Joseph Pontillo, they discuss the founding of this unique, Eerie tour of Brooklyn and NYC.   They provide insight into the highlights of the tour and the types of groups or individuals that might find this historic and haunted trolley ride of interest.

In its 3rd Anniversary, Madame Morbid’s, with its refurbished Trolley with the FORD Chasis, is helping New Yorkers and tourists connect with some of NYC’s spookiest attractions.

To find out More about Madame Morbid:   https://www.madamemorbid.com/home

To check our host and comedian Joseph Pontillo: https://www.joepontillo.com/bio

 

 

New Book Release-The History of Bagels in America by Marc Fintz

The History of Bagels in America

December 21, 2019 NYC-  From the preview of the new book by Davidovich Bakery’s renowned Jewish Food Historian, Marc Fintz, :”The Artisan Bagel is the most iconic food ever made in the City of New York. It has become identified and synonomous with NYC itself. While people love them, most know little about their origins, the features that make them distinct from other bread, and their ties to the history of the Jewish people. Marc Fintz sheds a light on those issues and on the movement to make the Bagel a distinctly American food, rather than a Jewish, or NYC Food. This work is transcribed from a lecture series on the history of Jewish Foods, hosted by the Davidovich Bakery, on the Lower East Side of New York City in the Summer of 2019. The work is a transcription of the July 2019 lecture on the “The History of Bagels in America” by Marc Fintz, which took place at the historic Blue Moon Hotel before a sold out crowd.”

Available at Amazon.com and everywhere books are sold:

https://www.amazon.com/History-Bagels-America-Marc-Fintz/dp/1794777261/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Marc+Fintz&qid=1577025331&sr=8-1

The History of the Bagel- A Bagel Talk

July 26, 2019 (NYC)Davidovich Bakery’s  Marc Fintz, conducted a talk on the modern history of bagels this week.  This event was held at the Blue Moon Hotel in NYC.

The lecture guided listeners in a  discussion on the religious and culture roots of this iconic product, as well a look at the place of the Bagel in America today.

Escaping the summer heat, the eager attendees enjoyed their choice of a Davidovich Bagel and beverage while, hopefully, learning some new facts about America’s favorite food.

This lecture was a part of a special episode of the Davidovich Bagel Talk Series and the first of a series of food lectures.

Here is a look at the talk:

 

Bagel Talk Epsiode 6- Eric Ferrara, Author and Founder of the LES Historical Project

Comedian Joe Pontillo (l) with Eric Ferrara of the LESHP at the Blue Moon Hotel.

April 1, 2019-Earlier today Comedian and host, Joe Pontillo sat down at the Blue Moon Hotel location of Davidovich Bagels, with Eric Ferrara, author and founder of the Lower East Side Historical Project.

In addition to bagels they discussed the Project’s work in providing tours and preserving historic facts and information about the essential character of NYC.  From Mafia Tours to tours about little know facts about NYC, it seems Mr. Ferrara is a great resource for information about NYC.

In addition to being the founder of the Project Mr. Ferrara is the author of seven (7) books, his most famous, Revolt; all of which can be found on Amazon.com and everywhere books are sold.

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/