There's been this industrialization of the bagel.
Title: Co-Existence Bagel Shop in North Beach, California Date: 1959 Physical Details: 1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 25 cm.
“No one ever bothered you about sitting there for hours on end,” reports a hard-writing friend.
My first “real” job was at a bagel shop in Fresno, CA when I was 15.
Early on in my time at the bagel store, I found out that my manager regularly left the unsold bagels in a crate at the back door as an offering to the people in the community who were in need.
I was glad to see that our bagels weren’t going to waste, and I was proud to work for someone who wanted to feed others.
And, in doing so, invited the wrath of anti-toasted bagel eaters across the city., an online food website based in New York City.
In fact, he's such a bagel purist that he even penned an essay, titled "Real New Yorkers Don't Toast Bagels." "You're taking something that is at the pinnacle of its form as it is already," Bovino tells host Carol Off. Why are you going to toast something that's already warm and toasty?
This all goes to show that people in my community need help.
One morning, a disheveled man walked into the bagel store.