I like that you are changing up your bagel flavors (even though pumpernickel is pretty amazing) but... does the everything bagel taste like it has anything other than 4 poppy seeds on it? Did everything fall off during assembly? I can't deal with seeds haha it drives me nuts that more end up on the plate than in my face.Yay for loving hut and oven fries! Oooh that chocolate looks and sounds great. I always look forward to seeing your weekend brunches. I'm always so jealous!
I agree with sarah, looks like wegman's was stingy with the "everything"... Or its at the bottom of the bagel bag. Loving hut lunch looks lovely (closest to a poem i'll ever get!)Haven't seen the trusty field roast in a while- love the condiment mix on them. And salty chocolate?? That's a two-fer! I suspect you will find a delicious brunch and pick up a few treats for the coming week.... Since it was a tropical 33degrees here today i biked down to chinatown and found hot sweet almond soymilk! Random and really good- just me in a tiny shop of little old chinese ladies- it was definately fresh soymilk too. Ttrockwood
I clicked on the link, found the Elk Grove location, and I think Loving Hut will be in my family's future. Can hardly wait.
Hey Now!!!!Sarah, unfortunately, that's how all the 'Everything' Bagels were when I got this one (and another one). Totally disappointing. I love when there's lots of stinky Onions & Garlic attached. It was not to be.Unknown, Weggies totally failed on the Everything Bagels. But they were out of Pumpernickel. That Chinatown visit sounds like an out-of-the-country adventure. One of those 'changes of scenery' where you feel you've been 'away' a long time.Blessed Mama, you owe me one.
Yay chocolate! Do you rate that Theo as one of the best? But oh no, I posted too late and missed the window! You'll never reply to me now; you already have for the day!
Hannah, that's right. You snooze, you lose...
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