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.
Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.
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September 3, 2018 NYC– Max dreamt his whole life of owning his own business. It is as American a concept as Ice Cream on Apple Pie. Now Max has done it. After moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico he decided it’s time to open a real bagel store, like the one he worked for in New York City.
His business plan- give people a touch of NYC in New Mexico. Max knew what he was doing. He knew how to mix the dough, how to roll the bagels, how to water boil, and bake them.
“People will flock to my little piece of the Big Apple in the West,” Max Boasted.
What Max didn’t count on was that despite all of his knowledge and efforts the bagels just don’t come out like they did in NYC. They are good bagels. They are made right, but there is something missing. They don’t have that authentic crispness outside and chewy interior. Where did Max fail?
The truth is NYC is the King of Bagels for a reason. Even the best bagel makers, like Max, can’t duplicate NYC’s finest bagels in places where they don’t have access to NYC’s water and NYC’s weather conditions. New Mexico is No exception.
To make matters worse Max is getting to work at 1AM to start the laborious process of creating his bagels. Bagels are labor intensive. He has the job of measuring, mixing, cutting the dough, hand rolling, boiling, baking, and selling all by himself. Some nights he stays until 7PM, or later, just to catch a few hours of sleep and start the whole process all over again. How long can one person, or one family, sustain that kind of a grueling schedule?
What is an entrepreneur, like Max, to do? THERE HAS TO BE A BETTER WAY.
Well there is a real solution to give Max, and other Bagel Store owners, access to NYC’s finest bagels right in New Mexico, or anywhere in the world, and to give him back his life again. That solution is the Davidovich Par Baked Solution.
With Davidovich’s Par Baked Bagel program Max can eliminate all of the ingredient costs, as well as the mixing, the cutting, the rolling, the proofing, the boiling, the seeding and most of the baking. In a matter of less than one hour he can serve his customers the very best NYC has to offer-bagels made in NYC, with NYC’s water and in NYC’s environment but “baked off” in his very own facility for just a few minutes. THIS IS A WIN-WIN!
Max’s customers get the authentic NYC Bagel and he gets to save himself the time and back breaking labor of real bagel making and even sleep for an additional 5 hours. With Davidovich as his partner Max can’t lose. Neither can you.
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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?
Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.
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August 20, 2018- Davidovich Bakery bakes and distributes the finest artisan, gourmet Muffins in and around NYC. To find out why view our latest video:
August 8, 2018- For years New Jersey families has to cross the Hudson River to get NYC’s finest Bagels. Now, thanks to Davidovich Bagels, the artisan, kettle boiled, Planked bagels that NYC is famous for are available all over the Garden State.
When going to your local Supermarket, Gourmet Deli, and coffee shop if they don’t have Davidovich Bagels you need to walk out and find a discerning reseller that ONLY sells the most famous and beloved bagels in the world, Davidovich.
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A bagel is a round bread, with a hole in the middle made of simple ingredients: high-gluten flour, yeast, salt, water, and malt. Its dough is boiled, then baked, and the result should be a rich caramel color. It should not be pale and blond. A bagel should weigh five ounces or less and should make a slight crackling sound when you bite into it. A bagel should be eaten warm and, ideally, should be no more than four to five hours old when consumed. All else is not a bagel.
The bagel’s birthplace is considered to be Poland. A story popular in the United States is that the first bagel was produced as a tribute to Jan Sobieski, 17th Century King of Poland, after he saved Austria from Turkish invaders at the battle of Vienna in 1683. According to Maria Balinska, the author of “The Bagel: The Surprising History of a Modest Bread” (Yale University Press) it is just that-a story.
The first known reference to the bagel among Jews in Poland, according to Balinska, precedes the Battle of Vienna by seven decades. It is found, she says, in regulations issued in Yiddish in 1610 by the Jewish Council of Krakow outlining how much Jewish households were permitted to spend in celebrating the circumcision of a baby boy- “to avoid making Gentile neighbors envious, and also to make sure poorer Jews weren’t living above their means.”
Eastern European immigrants arriving in the United States at the turn of the 20thcentury brought the bagel with them to the streets of the Lower East Side. The rise of the bagel in New York in inextricably tied to that of the trade unions, specifically Bagel Bakers Local 338, a federation of nearly 300 bagel craftsmen formed in NYC in the early 1900s.
Local 338 was, by all accounts, a tough and unswerving union. It was set up according to strict rules that limited new membership to the sons of current members. By 1915, it controlled 36 bagel bakeries in New York and New Jersey. These bakeries produced the original New York Bagels, the standard against which all others are still, in some manner judged.
What did they look like? They were a mere three ounces. They were smaller and denser than their modern descendants with a crustier exterior and chewier interior. They were made entirely by hand.
Local 338 held its ironclad grip on the bagel market for nearly half a century, until industrial bagel-making machines were introduced into the market in the early 1960s. The introduction of the bagel machines meant any retailer or bakery owner could make their own bagels with non-union help.
Today Davidovich Bagels are the links to the Old World bagels brought to the Lower East Side of New York. They are:
- Kosher-Pas Yisroel
- Retarded for 18-24 hours
- Hand Made
- Kettle Boiled
- Plank Baked
- Double Seeded
- All Natural
- Certified Made in NYC
and now for the modern World concerns
- Non-GMO Certified
- Vegan (except Egg)
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NYC, December 26, 2017 – As 2018 approaches NYC employers are faced with dramatic increases in the Minimum Wage paid to their employees. This increase has been publicly debated and discussed and the voices of NYC’s residents and government have been heard in favor of a significantly increased minimum wage to “lift up the standard of living of New York City’s most valued asset: its workers“.
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.
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NYC, December 7, 2016,
All Natural Products’ Davidovich Bakery announced today that it has reached a historic agreement that will bring NYC’s most beloved kettle boiled, plank baked, artisan Kosher, and, now, non-GMO Certified, bagels to Egypt Starting in 2017.
Company spokesperson, Marc Fintz, said “The international demand for our authentic New York City water boiled bagels has continued to skyrocket. The rise of global travel in the past 10 years has exposed people from all corners of the globe to our authentic bagels and the desire to introduce them to marketplaces from the Middle East to the Pacific Rim has been one of our largest growth segments.”
In addition to being found in the finest retailers in New York City, Davidovich Bagels can be found throughout the United States, the Far East, parts of Europe, and, starting in 2017, the Middle East.
About Davidovich Bakery For years New Yorkers enjoyed these delicious traditional bagels without ever even knowing the name of the Artisans who produced them. Then the word started to spread. People around NYC, around the United States, and all around the world started to talk about these unique, throwbacks to the original days of bagel making, the Davidovich Bagel. Sold in the finest establishments in the world. Davidovich Bagels use the finest ingredients, are hand made, kettle boiled, plank baked, Non GMO Certified, and Kosher. Davidovich Bagels have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Forbes, The NY Daily News, The Village Voice, The Forward, and many, many more publications. Featured on ABC News, The Jon Stewart Show, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre Foods and many more television programs.