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[DFW] Bagels - Kettle cooked or Wood Oven Baked? [DFW]

LewisvilleHounder Oct 19, 2008 08:46 AM

Just as the title says...Does anyone know of anyone in the metroplex doing this? Either kettle cooked or wood oven baked?

I have only had authentic kettle cooked in NJ and would like to try a wood oven baked.

Also if anyone just has a great suggestion for a great bagel close to Lewisville (Richardson and S. Arlington is not close to Lewisville). Please try not to stray much past Carrollton, Grapevine, Coppell, Denton, Flower Mound, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, The Colony.

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    pizzaQTpie Oct 22, 2008 07:54 AM

    I am looking for a good bagel too!!! Help! So far i have resorted to buying the frozen H&H bagels from Central Market. I went to Bagelstein's (although in Dallas) this past weekend and it was gone. I will drive anywhere to get a decent one.

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      snatex Oct 22, 2008 12:48 PM

      Deli News‎
      17062 Preston Rd # 100, Dallas, TX - (972) 733-3354‎

      Ed's Deli
      12817 Preston Road #129, Dallas, TX - (972) 386-0300‎

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        LewisvilleHounder Oct 22, 2008 04:02 PM

        snatex,

        Are they kettle cooked or wood fired at Ed's and Deli News?? I have been to both but have never gotten a bagel there.

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          snatex Oct 23, 2008 09:49 AM

          They have a deal with H&H. They are boiled in NY, flash frozen, then baked here.

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          CocoaNut Oct 22, 2008 06:08 PM

          I wasn't impressed at all with the bagels (plain) from Ed's. I brought 2 home, toasted one the following day and could only ate half as it seemed dry in consistency and had an odd taste.

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          sass Oct 22, 2008 03:20 PM

          How are the frozen H&H? Those are my favorite bagels ever, but I've held off on buying them frozen because I have my doubts about how well they hold up.

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            FiveDanFive Oct 23, 2008 01:08 AM

            You can always pull a Vincent Chase and have H&H express mail you a few dozen of their bagels via DHL.

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              pizzaQTpie Oct 23, 2008 11:27 AM

              Too Funny! Believe me, i have definitely considered pulling a Vincent Chase many times! The frozen H&H bagels in the freezer section at Central Market (not the ones near the bread section!) do satisfy the craving but there is nothing in the world like a fresh NY bagel!

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                darlinco Nov 6, 2008 12:57 PM

                Real authentic New York Bagels...done the right way none of the doughy soft bread roll that looks like a donut...Located on Summit and Jupiter you can contact them at 972-509-9190

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