You Have To See How These Magical Rainbow Bagels Are Made

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The whimsical rounds, which come in a range of colors and can even be custom color-ordered, are nothing short of magical. But how are they made? Thanks to a new video from Business Insider, we’ve got the inside scoop.

Scot Rossillo, creator of the rainbow bagel, takes neon-colored dough and layers it into a pile reminiscent of Jeff Koons’ “Play-Doh” sculpture. But the real money shot — the dough slicing — comes around the :54 mark.

And that makes sense, as Rossillo is an artist in his own right. He’s spent the past two decades developing this vibrant, out-of-this-world bagel, which he told The Huffington Post has had been beneficial for more than one reason. “It has been a very focused and disciplined 20 years of perfecting my art. At the same time, it has become my meditation,” he said.

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Whether simply admiring them as art or enjoying them with some of the store’s Funfetti cream cheese, one thing is for sure: These are the happiest bagels we’ve ever seen. A spokeswoman for the store, who told The Huffington Post the bagels are “truly a labor of love,” said they are “all about making people happy. No matter what your day is like, you smile.” 

Head to The Bagel Store to learn more. 

The Surprising Way a Bagel Became the New Cronut

The magical bakers at The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, NY, have recently taken over the Internet with their wonderful creation, the Rainbow Bagel, proving once and for all that, yes, we can have nice things.

Bagel Store owner Scot Rossillo has been making these beauties for 20 years now, but they have only recently become a viral sensation thanks, in part, to a video from Insider Food, shown below, that details the belabored process of making them.

Though it may taste like a plain bagel, a Rainbow Bagel requires double the work. The Bagel Store's process involves dyeing the dough with neon food coloring, separating the various colors in different piles, layering the colors on top of each other, and then rolling them into one multicolored string.

Priced at $3.95, the bagel is also typically eaten with funfetti cream cheese and sprinkles, because duh. Non-New York residents need not worry: The Bagel Store ships nationwide.

Here, see more photos of the new food trend that has everybody tripping out.

Video: Williamsburg's Rainbow Bagel Is The New Cronut

BY SCOTT HEINS IN FOOD ON FEB 8, 2016 2:50 PM

(John Del Signore / Gothamist)

(John Del Signore / Gothamist)

If, over the past weekend, you found yourself ruminating on the mysteries of life as you strolled down Bedford Avenue, your existential contemplation may have been interrupted by a massive horde of crazed zombies bagel-loving tourists. Lines outside of The Bagel Store's Southside Williamsburg outpost stretched almost halfway down South Fourth Street toward Driggs Avenue, with nearly 100 souls clamoring for a nibble at any given time.

What the fuck is going on here? The safe money's on the Super Bowl and the fact that The Bagel Store's enterprising owner Scot Rossillo prepared a special batch of his patented Rainbow Bagels styled in the colors of both the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. Not only were the bagels on sale at the store's Bedford Avenue shop, but Rossillo and his team filled delivery orders as well. A twitter shoutout from ESPN probably didn't hurt business, we're guessing, and 67% of USA Today readers polled said they'd definitely try one. Touchdown!

This sort of super-timely-bagel-branding is second nature for Rossillo. After all, this is a guy who rolled out batches of French-inspired red, blue, and white bagels in the wake of the November Paris attacks. He's made bagels inspired by multiple Disney princesses and sold hundreds of purple-dyed confections for private NYU events. "The bagel industry in itself is very mundane," he told Gothamist in an interview last December. "It's very, very basic, and I'm not a basic kind of person, so I took it to a different level."

 

St Patrick's Day 2016: Eight delicious (and slightly bizarre) food and drink recipes to celebrate the Irish event

From Guinness-flavoured cheesecake to bright green beer, these St Patrick's Day creations are the perfect way to celebrate the Irish event

Make your friends green with envy by giving your beer a colourful twist

Make your friends green with envy by giving your beer a colourful twist

You've stocked up on green accessories, bought an Irish flag and scouted out the cheapest bars in the area.

But what else can you do to prepare for St Patrick's Day ?

Well, why don't you try out these Irish-themed food and drink recipes ahead of the event on March 17?

That is, if you dare.

From Guinness -flavoured cheesecake to beer the colour of grass there are a number of delicious creations to help you enjoy St Patrick's Day.

Let us know how they turned out in the comments section below.

Read more: Dublin's fair city is the ideal spot for a weekend break and not just for St Patrick's Day

1. Guinness chocolate cheesecake

They say all good things come in threes.

Well, this Guinness chocolate cheesecake is certainly an example of that.

The dessert would be a winning addition to any St Patrick's Day meal, appealing to beer-drinkers, cake fanatics and chocoholics alike.

This Guinness chocolate cheesecake would be the perfect addition to any St Patrick's Day meal

This Guinness chocolate cheesecake would be the perfect addition to any St Patrick's Day meal

But it's apparently so good that you might decide to keep it for yourself.

One reviewer wrote that the dessert is 'simply amazing', describing its texture as 'a cross between a souffle and fudge'.

Another deemed it, 'without a doubt, one of the most heavenly chocolate cheesecakes I've ever made'.

2. Green beer

Make your friends green with envy by giving your beer a colourful twist.

Follow this home recipe and you'll be pouring the perfect pint before you know it.

3. Rainbow bagels

If these amazing bagels don't catch your eye, then nothing else will.

The swirly green, orange and white treats have been launched ahead of St Patrick's Day.

But there's just one catch - you'll need to travel to New York to get one.

These swirly bagels have been launched ahead of the Irish celebration on March 17

These swirly bagels have been launched ahead of the Irish celebration on March 17

The bagels have been produced by The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, where hordes of people queue up every day to stock up on 'rainbow' masterpieces.

They were publicised in a photo on the hot spot's official Instagram page last week, with the caption: "It is never too early to get some luck of the Irish."

The products were made by the 'world's premier bagel artist' Scot Rossillo.

4. And if you're not up for an impromptu trip to NYC... rainbow donuts

Leprechauns are said to hide their pots of gold at the end of rainbows.

So, why don't you celebrate the mischievous Irish fairies with these rainbow iced donuts?

These rainbow iced donuts are brilliant - and we bet they taste nice too

These rainbow iced donuts are brilliant - and we bet they taste nice too

All you'll need to create the delightful snacks are donuts (no surprises there), rainbow-coloured sprinkles, icing and shredded coconut.

Making these are simple.

First cut your donuts in half to make semi-circles.

Next dip them in icing and decorate with sprinkles to make your own rainbow.

Shredded coconut at the end of each semi-circle are the perfect addition to make your rainbows look like they are made from clouds.

5. St Patrick's Day parfaits

Made of jelly, whipped cream and sprinkles, these parfaits are bound to win over both children and adults.

Prepare the desserts and leave them in the fridge to chill until you're ready to grab a spoon and dig in on St Patrick's Day.

These parfaits are bound to be a winner with both children and adults

These parfaits are bound to be a winner with both children and adults

 

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St Patrick's Day 2016: Eight delicious (and slightly bizarre) food and drink recipes to celebrate the Irish event

  • 06:00, 12 MAR 2016
  • UPDATED 11:57, 17 MAR 2016
  • BY SOPHIE EVANS

From Guinness-flavoured cheesecake to bright green beer, these St Patrick's Day creations are the perfect way to celebrate the Irish event

Betty Crocker

Make your friends green with envy by giving your beer a colourful twist

You've stocked up on green accessories, bought an Irish flag and scouted out the cheapest bars in the area.

But what else can you do to prepare for St Patrick's Day ?

Well, why don't you try out these Irish-themed food and drink recipes ahead of the event on March 17?

That is, if you dare.

From Guinness -flavoured cheesecake to beer the colour of grass there are a number of delicious creations to help you enjoy St Patrick's Day.

Let us know how they turned out in the comments section below.

Read more: Dublin's fair city is the ideal spot for a weekend break and not just for St Patrick's Day

 

1. Guinness chocolate cheesecake

They say all good things come in threes.

Well, this Guinness chocolate cheesecake is certainly an example of that.

The dessert would be a winning addition to any St Patrick's Day meal, appealing to beer-drinkers, cake fanatics and chocoholics alike.

 

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This Guinness chocolate cheesecake would be the perfect addition to any St Patrick's Day meal

 

But it's apparently so good that you might decide to keep it for yourself.

One reviewer wrote that the dessert is 'simply amazing', describing its texture as 'a cross between a souffle and fudge'.

Another deemed it, 'without a doubt, one of the most heavenly chocolate cheesecakes I've ever made'.

For a review of the cake, click here ; or for advice on how to make it, click here .

 

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2. Green beer

Make your friends green with envy by giving your beer a colourful twist.

Follow this home recipe and you'll be pouring the perfect pint before you know it.

3. Rainbow bagels

If these amazing bagels don't catch your eye, then nothing else will.

The swirly green, orange and white treats have been launched ahead of St Patrick's Day.

But there's just one catch - you'll need to travel to New York to get one.

 

Instagram / thebagelstore

These swirly bagels have been launched ahead of the Irish celebration on March 17

 

The bagels have been produced by The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, where hordes of people queue up every day to stock up on 'rainbow' masterpieces.

They were publicised in a photo on the hot spot's official Instagram page last week, with the caption: "It is never too early to get some luck of the Irish."

The products were made by the 'world's premier bagel artist' Scot Rossillo.

For more information on Scot's impressive range of bagels, click here .

4. And if you're not up for an impromptu trip to NYC... rainbow donuts

Leprechauns are said to hide their pots of gold at the end of rainbows.

So, why don't you celebrate the mischievous Irish fairies with these rainbow iced donuts?

 

Brit + Co

These rainbow iced donuts are brilliant - and we bet they taste nice too

 

All you'll need to create the delightful snacks are donuts (no surprises there), rainbow-coloured sprinkles, icing and shredded coconut.

Making these are simple.

First cut your donuts in half to make semi-circles.

Next dip them in icing and decorate with sprinkles to make your own rainbow.

Shredded coconut at the end of each semi-circle are the perfect addition to make your rainbows look like they are made from clouds.

For a step-by-step guide on how to make them, click here .

5. St Patrick's Day parfaits

Made of jelly, whipped cream and sprinkles, these parfaits are bound to win over both children and adults.

Prepare the desserts and leave them in the fridge to chill until you're ready to grab a spoon and dig in on St Patrick's Day.

To find out more, click here .

 

Twitter / Merlotmommy

These parfaits are bound to be a winner with both children and adults

 

 

Have your say in the comments below

 

6. Lime floats

Another kid-friendly creation - and one that is incredibly easy to make.

To make a lime float, you need just two ingredients - lime sherbet and lemon-lime soda.

Firstly, take a clear glass (ideally, a pint-sized jar) and fill it with several scoops of the lime sherbert.

To make lime floats, you need only two ingredients - lime sherbet and lemon-lime soda

To make lime floats, you need only two ingredients - lime sherbet and lemon-lime soda

Secondly, pour the soda carefully over the sherbet (be aware the drink will quickly foam up and rise).

Finally, grab a paper straw - and drink up!

7. McDonald's Shamrock Shake

This mint-flavoured milkshake is sold at McDonald's for a limited time only during March.

Dyed green, it consists of a mint ice cream base, vanilla syrup, and milk.

The product was initially called the St Patrick's Day Green Milkshake when it launched in 1970.

This mint-flavoured milkshake is sold at McDonald's for a limited time only

This mint-flavoured milkshake is sold at McDonald's for a limited time only

However, it has since adopted its much catchier name - Shamrock Shake.

The drink is only available at American, Canadian and Irish restaurants, meaning milkshake fanatics elsewhere might have to celebrate March 17 in a different way.

8. Shamrock cookies

Shamrock cookies will put a smile on anyone's face - especially on St Paddy's Day.

To create the grinning, green masterpieces, click here .

Or if you're short of time, simply add green food colouring to these chocolate chip cookies.

Make these eye-catching chocolate chip cookies by simply adding green food colouring to your cookie recipe

Make these eye-catching chocolate chip cookies by simply adding green food colouring to your cookie recipe

THE BUZZ BEHIND THE RAINBOW BAGEL

You’ve probably all heard the hype behind these adorable rainbow bagels, but in case you haven’t, here’s a quick recap. A Brooklyn bagel shop, appropriately named The Bagel Store, has been making these rainbow bagels for over 15 years. Now that it’s the latest craze, though, sales have skyrocketed and the store sells out of these rainbow babies every day.

According to reviews, the bagels taste like Fruit Loops and they’re a perfect pair, combined with funfetti cream cheese. Most reviews love the novelty of the bagels, but say the taste is just average for a NYC bagel, and the high price (almost $7 for a bagel??? WHAT?!) isn’t worth waiting on line early in the morning. 

Well, we guess we’ll just have to try some to see for ourselves!

EXCLUSIVE: 15 OF THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS BAGELS AND AN INTERVIEW WITH THEIR CREATOR

If you’re holding a rainbow bagel that was not purchased in Brooklyn, drop it. Drop it now. Because that means it was not crafted by Scot Rossillo, the man behind the viral #RainbowBagel. “I’m world famous!” Rossillo joked on an afternoon at The Bagel Store. He had just begun making the first-ever Lemon Lime Black Cherry bagel.

Before Inked was allowed to ask any questions, he shouted from his kitchen in the Williamsburg basement, “You can not take any pictures over here!” He pointed to a corner where vibrant dough was being laid. “You can not take any pictures of this!” He pointed to a shelf holding dozens of colorful liquids, whether they were simple food coloring or magical flavor-enhancing potions we were not at liberty to know.

Only one other person knows the sacred recipe—26-year-old Escobar, Rossillo’s loyal employee. Even he had to wait eight years before learning the tricks of the trade.

Rossillo works in a mad scientist-type manner, his glasses slightly fogged with flour while taste-testing Reese’s Peanut Butter cream cheese and shouting, “more chocolate!” And pacing between sink and mixer while holding an industrial bowl filled with neon green dough. Imagine Willy Wonka minus the mushroom cut and plus the tattoos.

“I was just a stupid kid,” Rossillo says looking at his ink. He got his first tattoo at 15 by Huggy Bear Ferris, “It was a freaking flower! I’m not showing you!” Rossillo insists he’ll never get tattooed again, “Do I wish I did the same thing? No.” He explains, “Artistry is better now. Designs are better now.” At the idea of a cover up he yells, “I don’t need anymore! I’m good!”

With the lime batter complete, a new fruity scent took over, “Black cherry, yo!” His inspiration never begins with flavor, “It’s always about the coloring and the artwork,” but taste obviously plays an important role. “We get to eat [the art]. It’s a much deeper connection on a molecular level.”

This connection is the reason for the Rainbow Bagel’s success. “You ever see my Instagram?” The Instagram boasting almost 80 thousand followers? Duh. “All the people posting with their smiles like they’re on some sort of lithium?” He asks. “They are truly that happy.” Social media (controlled only by Rossillo) is also to blame for the constant line stretching out the door and around the corner.

A group of six 20-somethings from North Carolina waited in line for over an hour—on a Thursday afternoon—for pink and blue bagels with funfetti cream cheese. “I saw this on Facebook a month ago and I was like, we have to plan something,” says one of the guys. (We caught up with them after they ate, “North Carolina’s [bagels] suck!” a girl shouted.)

Mr. Rossillo has a clever way of marketing. The Crystal Meth bagel, for example, a blueberry bagel coated with sugar, is inspired by Breaking Bad. “It’s identifiable for [millennials],” he says. “Plus it tastes so good it should be illegal,” Inked can confirm that is a cold hard fact. A few other concoctions include the Jameson-infused St. Paddy’s Day bagel, the Unicorn bagel, and the Minions’ Ba Ba Banana bagel. He’s also credited for the Cragel (croissant bagel) and the Bacon, Egg and Cheese bagel.

Even with business on a global level, (he often teams with Grabr to send bagels abroad), Rossillo swears he is not in it for the money. “We work seven days a week,” he says while dumping lemon dough onto the counter. He is in it for the art. “Go to anyone else’s shop and their colors will not pop because they didn’t put in two decades.”

In that time he sacrificed two marriages and missed much of his six children’s school plays and soccer games. “This is everything,” he says. “People do the same shit day in day out—I’d rather die.” Rossillo says he’ll create until he takes his last breath, leaving a legacy that the world will live on for hundreds of years. “There is no reward for average.”

He’s not the only one at the shop who yearns for creativity, the “Bagel MC,” Ross, puts on a musical act for the patient customers daily. Ross, the former cook, says, “Scot pulled me aside and said, ‘You talk so much, I could use you in the front.’”

Soon after the switch he realized the questions from customers could be answered with flare: it was show time. Taking orders now includes cracking jokes, singing, and dancing. “[Customers] don’t even realize three hours have passed.” Plus, Ross and the team work 12 hour days, they want to have fun too. “I want to explode the Rainbow Bagel to the world,” Ross says. “Scot is a creative genius.”

A serious side of Rossillo surfaces as he knots the last of the Lemon Lime Black Cherry batch and says, “I wouldn’t be in business without [the team].” And sends us on our way warning not to make a fool of him, “I’m just the guy who makes the bagels.”

Chow Down On Baked Green Goodies For St. Patrick’s Day In NYC

From the lights on top of the Empire State Building to the parade that marches down 5th Avenue every year, St. Patrick’s Day in NYC is a massive celebration of Irish Pride – whether you actually descend from The Emerald Isle or just enjoy bagpipes and beer.

Though largely known as a drinking holiday, it’s also a day that’s branded by all things green. And while every pub and tavern in town is sure to be offering specials on classic Irish dishes like corned beef and cabbage and shepherd’s pie, the city’s bakers will be busy turning out St. Paddy’s Day spirit in the form of green food coloring and shamrock-shaped sprinkles.

Green is not everyone’s color, but it does happen to look especially good on bagels, in mounds of frosting on top of cupcakes, glazed over cookies and swirled into cheesecakes. Here’s where to find a few of the most sought-after green baked goods in the city. Because everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day in NYC and that’s a perfectly good excuse for eating all the green-colored goodies you desire.

The Bagel Store
349 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn
718-218-7220

Best-known for his mesmerizing and ultra-Instragrammable rainbow bagels, The Bagel Store owner and “World’s Premier Bagel Artist” Scot Rosillo, is crafting green, orange and white bagels (pictured above) for St. Patrick’s Day. These clearly aren’t your average green bagels. Like Rosillo put it, “Everyone makes green bagels, I make art.”

Junior’s 
1515 Broadway, Manhattan
212-302-2000

At their locations in Times Square, Brooklyn and Grand Central Terminal, Junior’s will be offering an entire menu of St. Patrick’s Day specials, including a green-tinged take on their famous cheesecake and personal-sized “little fella,” which comes decoratively swirled with emerald. Other treats served at the AAA Diamond-Rated establishment include St. Pat’s cupcakes and – a holiday version of the NYC classic – green and white cookies.

Duane Park Patisserie 
179 Duane Street, Manhattan
212-274-8447

Something sweet and eye-catching is always in store at this Tribeca bakery where pastry chef Madeline Lanciani creates cakes, pastries and other edible works of art from-scratch on premises. Seasonal treats include these impressive St. Patrick’s Day sable sugar cookie “postcards,” which feature vintage Irish images. Duane Park also specializes in petits fours for all occasions: for St. Paddy’s Day, the bite-sized cakes come adorned with green and golden shamrocks and come in gift boxes, spelling out messages like “Good Luck” and “Luck O’ The Irish.”

Dominique Ansel Bakery & Dominique Ansel Kitchen 
189 Spring Street, New York, NY (Bakery)/137 7th Avenue South (Kitchen), Manhattan
212-219-2773 (Bakery)/212-242-5111 (Kitchen)

Home of the famous Cronut and other much-talked about desserts like frozen s’mores and cookie shots, Dominque Ansel will be bringing back shamrock macaron sets for the week of St. Pat’s. Brilliant green and filled with Irish whiskey chocolate ganache, the heart-shaped macaron “petals” are arranged to make up a four leaf clover. They are $14.50 for the set and will be available starting today, March 11, at Dominique Ansel Bakery and the new West Village Shop, Dominique Ansel Kitchen, which opened last spring.

Schmackary’s 
362 West 45th Street, Manhattan/193 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn
646-801-YUMM

A special flight called “The Luck of the Irish” is available at the cookie bakery for St. Patrick’s Day at their locations in the heart of the theater district and Williamsburg. The flight contains “Lucky Charmed,” a sugar cookie with marshmallows and marshmallow frosting, topped with Lucky Charms cereal; “Dirty Leprechaun,” chocolate cookies with semi-sweet chocolate and green mint chips; green tea cookies made with matcha green tea powder, white chocolate chips, macadamia nuts and a green tea glaze; and “The Hangover,” which has a little bit of everything – nuts white chocolate, semi-sweet and butterscotch chips, M&M’s, raisins, coconut, cinnamon and oats – capped off with salt and vinegar potato chips!

Check out Schmackary’s and more of our tops picks for restaurants near Broadway

Sprinkles
780 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan/225 Liberty Street, Manhattan
212-207-8375 (Lexington)/212-603-9321 (Liberty)

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in NYC with two special cupcakes at Sprinkles Upper East Side or downtown locations. Their Irish dark chocolate cake cupcakes are topped with Baileys cream cheese frosting and a green shamrock. And for the weekend of St. Paddy’s their usual red velvet will be tinted green. Grab them while you can in store or at the Cupcake ATM on Lexington Avenue.

Baked by Melissa 
14 Locations throughout New York
212-842-0220

It looks as though Baked by Melissa’s mini bite-sized cupcakes have been struck with the luck of the Irish! The limited-edition Irish sugar cookie cupcakes are made with green and white tie-dye cake, sugar cookie icing and topped with gold coarse sugar brittle. Packs can be pre-ordered and will be available at all stores today through March 17 and online for nationwide shipping.

If you are driving in to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in NYC for the parade (or the green desserts), use your AAA discount to save on parking at Icon Parking lots.

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Bunter Bagel – Der Rainbow Bagel sorgt für Furore

Scot Rossillo hat eine blühende Fantasie. Anders sind seine knallbunten Rainbow Bagels, die in New York derzeit für Furore und lange Schlangen sorgen, wohl kaum zu erklären.

 

„Wegen Überfüllung geschlossen“. Dieses Schild musste Scot Rossillo in letzter Zeit bereits häufiger an seinen Bagel Store in Brooklyn hängen. Seit ein Internet Video über die Zubereitung der Rainbow Bagels viral wurde (über 65 Millionen Klicks) und dafür sorgte, das wohl alle New Yorker von seinen Rainbow Bagels Wind bekamen, rennen ihm die Leute die Bude ein. In einer Stadt wie New York City geht so etwas rasend schnell. War es gestern noch der Cronut, ist es heute der Rainbow Bagel und morgen Gott weiß was. Und da die New Yorker ihre Bagels ohnehin heiß und innig lieben, konnte Rossillo mit seiner Idee eigentlich nur einen Volltreffer landen.

Unterdessen gibt es sogar schon zahlreiche Nachahmer, die sich am Hype um den bunten Bagel eine goldene Nase verdienen wollen. Inzwischen auch in ersten Metropolen wie London in Europa. Erfinder Rossillo selbst sieht das gelassen, sein Laden brummt nach wie vor. Mehrfach musste Rossillo einen seiner beiden Läden in Brooklyn bereits schließen, weil die Menschen einmal um den ganzen Block herum anstanden und er mit dem Verkauf der Bagels nicht mehr hinterherkam. Seit seines durchschlagenden Erfolges auch in den sozialen Netzwerken – die Rainbow Bagels sind ein Renner bei Instagram -, ist Rossillo selbst ein gefragter Mann. Fernsehinterviews, Presseanfragen, Berichte in Zeitungen und Internet. Immer antwortet er dann, dass die bunten Bagels einfach gute Laune machen – und schmecken tun sie obendrein, beteuert er.

Wie schmeckt der Rainbow Bagel

15 Stunden dauern die Vorbereitungen, um die Bagels anzufertigen. Zunächst wird der Teig angerührt, mit bunten Farben gefärbt und schließlich zu Bagels gerollt. Anschließend werden sie gebacken und landen in der Auslage des Bagel Stores. Serviert mit Frischkäse oder anderen Belägen, verkauft Rossillo in seiner Bäckerei in Brooklyn täglich an die tausend Exemplare dieser Teigringe für 7 Dollar das Stück. Je greller, sagt Rossillo, desto besser! Und nach was schmecken die bunten Bagels? In erster Linie süß. Rossillo mischt Vanille und andere süße Aromen unter den Teig. Bei so bunten Farben erwarte man schließlich auch einen bunten Geschmack, so Rossillo.

Das Video, das den ganz großen Hype auslöste

Hier findet ihr die Rainbow Bagels

www.thebagelstoreonline.com