March 11, 2011

Nosh Noah's Bagels

Tristan may one day turn into a blueberry bagel.  He is obsessed with them.  We’ve found Noah’s bagels to be a great on-the-go or breakfast treat.  They have lots of varieties of bagels that are Tristan-friendly (dairy, egg, nut, peanut, shellfish-free), including blueberry, plain, cinnamon raisin, and chocolate chip, and really, nothing beats a bagel hot out of the oven. 

I will ask for separate bags if I’m getting a bagel containing an allergen for myself, and they’re always happy to do that.  Also, ask for a plastic bag—and they'll give you a big plastic bag to store your bagels and ensure freshness for a few days (it really works!).

Noah's publishes an extensive ingredient list on their website, though you have to do a little navigating to find it.  If you click on the pretty tiny red words “nutritional info” on the bottom of any of the menu boards, you can open up a 24 page pdf document that appears to just be nutritional info.  The ingredients and allergy info starts on page 9. 
Bonus!  They've just added Aidells sausage bagel dogs to their menu.  My egg, dairy, nut, shellfish allergic children thank you!
As a warning, it seems they have one slicer for all of their bagels, so if you’re worried about contamination, I would ask for a knife to cut your bagel in half instead.  They also have a universal toaster, so that's also a risk of contamination. 

Happy noshing!

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