Hm, I go back and forth on those Lily's Rugelach. I feel like they're too sweet and plasticky but I still buy them from time to time, hoping they'll be better and eating them all anyway. Did you like them? Have you ever warmed them up?Haven't you said you like eating Everything bagels with scallion cc and then leaving the house because then people don't come near you?
Yes please to everything! I've been enjoying cinnamon raisin bagels lately too. I just had one over the weekend toasted with peanut butter and it was amazing. I've never seen that rugeluch, it looks good. Rugeluch is on my list of things to veganize... I used to help my mom make them when I was younger and they were so good.The black bean soup looks so hearty and delicious. Hello to the fall :)
Zero dark thirty sounds painful.... You're such a good person to worry about everything scallion breath. I had everything hummus breath all afternoon (tribe was on sale, not my fav but good flavor) Thank goodness WF has good vegan soups! The rugeluch is probably back since rosh hoshanah is later this week- never tried those myself but my mom loves to get the original walnut chocolate ones when she visits nyc. Ttrockwood
Ok, so in my neck of the woods the Lilly's sometimes appear vegan and sometimes have egg in the ingredients. What gives???
Hey Now!!!!!FF, since I dont have access to Lily's products on a regular basis, I am just grateful for something unusual. I dont hold back eating all the Onions I want for lunch when in the office. Yesterday, I was out amongst the public, so I resisted.Sarah, did you ever try the TJ's Pumpkin Bagels you bought last year? The Lily's Rugelah comes from Brooklyn, so I am surprised you havent seen it up there.Unknown, Everything Hummus Breath! Were there Pickles involved? We've only gotten the Raspberry and Chocolate Flavors of Rugelah here. Wish we could get Cinnamon.Abby, I think products labeled 'non-dairy' should be egg-free as well. These Rugelah fortunately were egg-free.
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