Carmine Street Series #4
Carmine Street Tour begins here: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089</A>
Carmine Street Map is here: <A HREF="http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089" TARGET=_top>http://www.fotolog.net/ronni/?pid=7957089</A>
The best thing about Bagels on the Square is that it opens early, early, early. And although there is a wide of variety of cream cheese flavors to choose from and all the modern flavors of bagels (blueberry is not my idea of a bagel, but if it is for you ) are available too. Be warned: these are not real bagels. These are the big, fluffy, cake-y kind that have infiltrated New York in the past decade or two as the traditional Jewish delis have disappeared. (Just try to find a half-sour anywhere these days.)
A bagel should be about half the size of these and it should be dense and chewy. But since that barely exists anymore, these will have to do when you want a bagel with a schmear.
On July 25 2004 663 Views
Soysuper_paba On 13/01/2009
holizz pasate x el mio bessoss
Boogers On 26/07/2004
Hi Ronni, what`s a half-sour?
Pellegrini On 25/07/2004
I like this streetlife!
Cbonney On 25/07/2004
So good to hear from you. Hope all`s well. Continue to enjoy your neighborhood pictures. As part of an assessment project I was involved in a few years ago, I started creating a lot-by-lot photo file of the buildings on the main avenue that runs along the oceanfront. The pictures weren`t distinctive. But for some historian, they`ll constitute an interesting slice of time. Your pictures will do the same.
Zinetv On 25/07/2004
Here is the hole story . . . <A HREF="http://nyc24.jrn.columbia.edu/2002/issue01/story02/page03.asp" TARGET=_top>http://nyc24.jrn.columbia.edu/2002/issue01/story02/page03.asp</A>
Petitesoeur On 25/07/2004
H&H still makes the real thing and disperses them around town
Marcelobb On 25/07/2004
very pretty photo ;D
Airmemories On 25/07/2004
I really miss bagels in New York. Well, we have a "Bagel café" here with all kinds of fillers like salmon, beef and what not. But I just prefer those plain old and hard bagels with cream cheese.
Paulanicolay On 25/07/2004
I didn`t know that! thanks for the explanation.And how are you? I`ve been very busy with the dogs...
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"Echolalia" is an interactive installation based on images, sound and expressive typography.
What I am after is to create a bank of images related to the theme "Echo .