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2020-06-23 9:05:53 AM  
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Phil Rosenthal (who was born & raised in NYC) - declared Montreal bagels to be superior to his hometown ones.
That shocked the hell out of me.
 
2020-06-23 12:42:47 PM  

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Phil Rosenthal (who was born & raised in NYC) - declared Montreal bagels to be superior to his hometown ones.
That shocked the hell out of me.


I hear that Montreal pastrami and other smoked meats kick butt as well.

Some day I'll go there...
 
2020-06-23 1:10:24 PM  
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            Madonna Pap Smear.
 
2020-06-23 1:24:07 PM  
I grew up in a NYC suburb. I never heard the word "schmear."

I think it's something non-jews started saying to sound jewy, then it kinda filtered back into Jewish speech maybe.
 
2020-06-24 12:03:59 PM  
Of course Montreal bagels.
In fact that's what I'm eating right now: a lovely toasted baged, cream cheese and lox. I don't shmear on the cream cheese, I put on big chunks. Sometimes I just take a bite out of the cream cheese; eat it like chocolate bar.

Also, pastrami? Here we have "Smoked Meat" (actual bilingual term, pronounced without the "d" in French).

Anyone ever try Pickapeppa sauce on cream cheese?
 
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