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HELP! - Bagel dogs, lots of 'em

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captainzen Mar 1, 2005 03:33 PM

Anyone have any idea where a person could buy bagel dogs in bulk, preferably on the Peninsula?

Costco and Smart & Final used to carry them, but don't seem to anymore, at least the ones around these parts...

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    Nancy Berry RE: captainzen Mar 1, 2005 07:18 PM

    Costco in downtown San Francisco had them just the other day. Dr. something or other's bagel dogs in either the frozen or refrigerated food area.

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      Gary Soup RE: Nancy Berry Mar 1, 2005 07:25 PM

      That would be Doctor Stein, who claims to be the inventor of the bagel dog. I've seen them there myself, though I havn't been paying attention lately.

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        Merrily1941 RE: Nancy Berry Jul 29, 2012 07:23 PM

        Costco quit selling them. PROTESTS wanted from a lot of you nice people!!!!!!

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        Shep RE: captainzen Mar 2, 2005 03:06 PM

        It sounds like you're looking for uncooked, maybe frozen? But if you'd like them doggies already cooked, locate your neighborhood Manhattan Bagel, and see if they'll do a batch to suit your needs. The one in West Berkeley seems to accomodate a lot of bulk special orders.

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          Bob Copeland RE: captainzen Mar 3, 2005 12:40 PM

          Marin Bagel in San Rafael will do them. They cost $18.00/dozen and they might do a batch to order if you ask - so that they will be fresh and not frozen.

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            SunsetKid RE: Bob Copeland Jan 23, 2010 01:12 PM

            This is an old topic. Costco used to carry them but no longer. Does anyone know who sells them - preferably in bulk? I am in San Francisco.

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              Mission RE: SunsetKid Jan 23, 2010 10:36 PM

              Doctor Stein's are made locally.

              sketchy website

              http://www.21stcenturyfoods.com/page1...

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                sugartoof RE: SunsetKid Jan 24, 2010 01:59 AM

                House of Bagels makes them fresh, and would sell them in bulk special order. They're probably a lot more expensive than the frozen packaged ones however.

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                  oaktowngirl RE: sugartoof Jan 24, 2010 05:11 PM

                  I paid $2.50 per last weekend in Alameda. They had several varieties, including turkey.

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