A shop hand rolls and kettle-boils bagels the old-fashioned way, which can be enjoyed solo or as part of sandwiches with fixings like banana
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As a child, Gene Davidovich delighted in the robust aromas of baked bread. It wafted from his Grandma Zoya's kitchen, where the future entrepreneur eagerly observed old-fashioned preparation methods and tasted generations-old recipes. Today, Gene hand rolls and kettle boils fresh bagels every morning to honor his grandmother's legacy, and, according to ABC News, his are some of the few bagels to sneak seeds onto both sides.
Although bagels—prepared in flavors such as blueberry and pumpernickel—may be the main attraction at this Woodside bakery, they certainly don't hog the spotlight. Born from real yogurt, butter, and flour, tins of kosher, handmade muffins accompany artisanal breads prepared from ancestral recipes that, like the music of date back to 600 AD. For Francophile sweet teeth, the store's exclusive line of pastries from the Bridor company in France come straight out of the oven every morning.