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Author Jacqueline Goldstein

by Jacqueline Goldstein
(Westchester, NY)

My daughter went to college in San Antonio Texas where she studied with a professor transplanted from New York. Returning to college after a break, she brought him a gift of bagels made fresh that morning. When he saw the pumpernickel, he almost wept.

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by: Mark

Jacqueline, I'd probably weep myself at this point. I live in South Florida, where you could reasonably expect access to fresh bagels, but such access is hard to come by. The places that are baking on-site aren't staging the bagels throughout the day. So you're in luck if you arrive at 7 a.m., but 3 p.m. is a different story.

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