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Bagels, Yum... [Feb. 12th, 2008|10:06 pm]
Verminius Rex
Sister agreed that a joint venture for bagels at Farmer's Market is a possibility, using her kitchen which is both larger and less cluttered. I'll have to see how good her oven is on temperature, but an hour with a thermometer can tell me if it's accurate and even enough. The big plus is that there is more room, a big table to work on, and no Thing 1 and Thing 2 to cause problems while I work. More research is needed, today's is the dough proofed overnight in the fridge. They smell great right now, 12 minutes until completion.

I need some input. What is in your favorite bagel? My current favorite (besides plain) is garlic and onion. I need some varieties to start experimenting with.

I might also bring one or two of the giant bagels to see how they sell.
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[User Picture]From: queza7
2008-02-13 04:21 am (UTC)
The cinnamon ones were delicious, though the ones you made last month could've used more cinnamon and sugar. ^^
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From: elisedevescy
2008-02-13 04:27 am (UTC)
Are you wanting new ideas or comments on your current recipes? I haven't had the chance to try what you have made, bagel wise. I will say that I am rather fond of blueberry or french toast bagels, myself.
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[User Picture]From: verminiusrex
2008-02-13 04:43 am (UTC)
Only a handful of people have actually had my bagels, right now I'm looking for a list of flavors so I can pick which ones I want to experiment with so I'm not sitting at a table with just one or two flavors of bagels (although I'd probably stick with a half dozen flavors max).
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From: elisedevescy
2008-02-13 02:28 pm (UTC)
Neat! I am so excited for you! I haven't been to the Farmers Mkt in YEARS, guess this means I need to wander up there again, huh?
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[User Picture]From: roseconnelly
2008-02-13 04:29 am (UTC)
I usually get blueberry or asiago when getting a bagel.
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[User Picture]From: electron_pusher
2008-02-13 04:32 am (UTC)
Asiago from Paneras = Heaven.
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[User Picture]From: lesliepear
2008-02-13 04:32 am (UTC)
I like 7 grain or onion. Alan likes egg. Asagio cheese is also yummy.

The local bagel place here in town will make up a batch of colored bagels (food coloring) for special events - red for valentines day, green for st. patricks day etc. They even made blue ones for the NY Giants superbowl game!
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[User Picture]From: regine735
2008-02-13 02:15 pm (UTC)
Dutch apple for sweet, onion for savory.
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[User Picture]From: apocalypticbob
2008-02-13 02:29 pm (UTC)
Cinnamon apple or cinnamon raisin for sweet...mmm...now I want a bagel.

You know...I don't think I've ever met a bagel I didn't like.

And if I lived there, I would totally buy a giant bagel.

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From: starstraf
2008-02-13 05:14 pm (UTC)
for me: onion, asiago, pumpernickle, or berry
for pooch: everything - grains, onion, garlic
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[User Picture]From: dianne_the_geek
2008-02-13 08:27 pm (UTC)
I would just like to say that your LJ always makes me hungry! Oh, and I'm a big "everything" bagel fan. If I can't get one of those, I'll usually just go for plain.
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[User Picture]From: sherwood21
2008-02-14 03:21 am (UTC)
Pumpkin. Cranberry. Asiago. Other kinds of cheese? I.e., parmesan, romano etc.? Matt suggests black olive and parmesan, which I think sounds gross, but that's because I hate olives.

You shouldn't make pumpkin bagels just because I say so. On the other hand, if you choose to experiment with them, I can almost guarantee that I will buy them. >:D

Ooo! Lemon? Raspberry? Orange? I tend to like savory bagels over sweet, and don't really care for blueberry or cinnamon or raisin bagels, but I love cranberries for the tartness. Wonder how an orange-y bagel with orange zest on the top would be like. Yum yum.
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[User Picture]From: bellanorth
2008-02-14 04:10 am (UTC)
I like poppyseed or sesame, although sometimes I get the everything (aka kitchen sink) bagel.
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