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  • Samutaur
    The Bagel Theory stands for the principle that we Jews, regardless of how observant or affiliated we are, have a powerful need to connect with one another. To that end, we find ways to ‘bagel’ each other — basically, to ‘out’ ourselves to fellow Jews. There are two ways to bagel.
  • Maran
    Oct 09,  · Don’t go chasin’ bagels. | via Wikimedia Commons. I don’t generally date non-Jews. I’m not snotty about genealogy, I think the treatment of those who intermarry is barbaric and exclusionary, and I would not be upset if I ended up marrying a non-Jewish said, I do usually end up falling head over heels for young Jewish men who can understand things .
  • Akikree
    Apr 03,  · Our favorite type of social media scandal? Outrage over bagels. When something goes down with bagels, Twitter melts down, too. Maybe it’s because bagels are so beloved — and there’s clearly one superior way to eat them (cream cheese and lox, obviously) — but people have Feelings on bagels and don’t hold back on sharing them.
  • Arashisida
    Sep 17,  · Over gay Jews and the bagel-chasers that love them came out to pray and slay at Hebro's ( annual High Holiday party taking place in between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur at.
  • Zulukora
    May 13,  · Miami man arrested for threatening to ‘get rid’ of Jews in calls to bagel shop Suspect told restaurant owners he would ‘expose’ them after asking if they were Jewish; vowed to ‘make sure.
  • Gak
    The first bagel was baked by a Jewish baker in Vienna, Austria in He did so in honor of the Polish king Jan Sobieski, who is credited with contributing the pivotal strategy leading to the defeat of the Turks at the Battle of Vienna on September 12,
  • Sazshura
    Dec 17,  · In the United States, bagels arrived with the Eastern European immigrants of the late 19th-century, but didn't emerge from their mostly Jewish niche markets into Author: Amanda Fiegl.
  • Kigashura
    Welcome to Oy Meshuggeneh Brothers, our family-owned, super-authentic, totally Jewish bagel shop. Our family is proud to serve all your noshing needs with time-honored recipes passed down from the old country. True, our bagels have the consistency of car tires and come in flavors like Chocolate Chip and French Toast, but we sometimes use the.
  • Dailabar
    A bagel served with lox and cream cheese at Kutsher’s restaurant in New York, Library of Congress. If a Yiddish speaker tells you “Lign in drerd un bakn beygl,” consider yourself.

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