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New York Bagel Company Bagels - cinnamon & raisin Asda £1.12 2 FOR £1
New York Bagel Company Bagels - multi seeded Asda £1.22 2 FOR £1
New York Bagel Company Bagels - plain Asda £1.12 2 FOR £1
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#1
These are 'Well Nyce'! Hot!!
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Super, Especially the cinnamon & raisin ones! They firm up my stools nicely too!!!
#3
I have in-laws in New Jersey who wouldnt feed these to dog. After having had "real" bagels there... I also would not feed them to a dog....not even if it was chewing on my leg...
#4
Evz1974;5981486
I have in-laws in New Jersey who wouldnt feed these to dog. After having had "real" bagels there... I also would not feed them to a dog....not even if it was chewing on my leg...


Unfortunately we are not in the USA....... these are probably the best "branded ones" you are going to get in the UK (although I do like the fresh Tesco ones as well)
#5
Costco ones are amongst the best I have found - Tesco ones are not bad if you get em fresh indeed..

I have seen americans moan about their bagels if they are more than a hour or two old when they get them - but in fairness a fresh warm bagel is by far the best....

~wishes was in America now stuffing bagels n donuts down my throat washed down with a 20oz 7/Eleven coffee - now thats some mean coffee as well~
#6
Just been to asda, not on offer here
#7
Actually, fresh American bagels are no better than the fresh bagels available at J.Sainsbury, and are sometimes inferior to those found fresh at Waitrose. Unfortunately, the American obsession with "LOW FAT" and "ZERO FAT" food left us with a somewhat negative experience of cream cheese. Most American cream cheese we sampled was tasteless and chalky in texture. Nothing beats continental cream cheese with fresh bagels. American food is not at all special. (Much of it is full of flour and processed cheese/meat.) Take coffee and pizza for example. One cannot possibly compare, with any seriousness, an American pizza or coffee against that of traditional Italian equivalents. We've had both coffee and pizza from both countries. They are worlds apart.

For the price these bagels are very good. Admittedly, they are not the best. If you want better then go to Waitrose of J.Sainsbury. As for American food, well i'd rather look to the continent for haut cuisine.
#8
If you microwave these for 40 secs they go sooooooo chewy!

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#9
scratch1964
Actually, fresh American bagels are no better than the fresh bagels available at J.Sainsbury, and are sometimes inferior to those found fresh at Waitrose. Unfortunately, the American obsession with "LOW FAT" and "ZERO FAT" food left us with a somewhat negative experience of cream cheese. Most American cream cheese we sampled was tasteless and chalky in texture. Nothing beats continental cream cheese with fresh bagels. American food is not at all special. (Much of it is full of flour and processed cheese/meat.) Take coffee and pizza for example. One cannot possibly compare, with any seriousness, an American pizza or coffee against that of traditional Italian equivalents. We've had both coffee and pizza from both countries. They are worlds apart.

For the price these bagels are very good. Admittedly, they are not the best. If you want better then go to Waitrose of J.Sainsbury. As for American food, well i'd rather look to the continent for haut cuisine.


Evidently you have never had a Bagel in New Jersey or New Yoik then if you think Sainsbury's bagels are as good..
#10
Just bought these for the second week in a row - I like the Cinnamon & Raisin and my other half prefers the plain. Now reduced to £1 each, so if you only want one pack for some reason, you don't end up paying 22p extra for the privilege!
#11
These things are absolutely minging! Better buying sainsburys ones,much nicer,or morrisons are quite good,asda not so good,never tried tesco`s.

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