Bagel platters – a new service for your event

Now we are able to deliver platters of bagels for any of your events

So what is in these bagels

  • Beetroot bagel with halloumi avocado and lambs lettuce with olive side

Hold your bagels

described as a bagel lava lamp, we were lucky with the light for that!
described as a bagel lava lamp, we were lucky with the light for that!

Thanks to FTF sound we now have a splendid way to display bagels in your cafe.

This bagel holder will hold about 10 bagels and will make their presence felt.

If you are a cafe owner and want to be selling organic vegan bagels, contact us to talk about this and other display options.

Don’t grow volts?

I went off to Lincoln today to see Matthew who runs a wheelys cafe there. The Wheely’s product seems great and i am keen to see it – but due to a misunderstanding Matthew was not there.

So instead i got to thinking about bigger and probably more important things.

If you got to Lincoln by train from Sheffield before you get to Saxilby, you will see out of the left hand window, acres of solar panels.

food or solar panels?What do we think about this? I cannot work it out. Every so often i think – how good it is that technoloy has come so far. And then when looking at the ones outside Lincoln, i think: this is not marginal land; this should be growing stuff.

Instead it is growing volts so we can microwave some processed chemicals from the supermarket.

What do you think?

Poppy’s a winner for Sheffield CAB

students : get 20% off!
students : get 20% off!

 

winner septemberDon’t forget to colour in October’s adventure for your chance to win half a dozen filled bagels.

 

 

Well done to Judy who is the winner of September’s colouring comp.

Judy and 5 of her fantastic colleagues at Sheffield Citizen’s Advice will be having a bagel lunch – just tell me what you would like !

 

Canada bagels 24 * 7

Having traveled in Canada this summer – actually a postage stamp part of it really – Vancouver and Vancouver Island, which is about as big as England in itself – there is an array of places to discover as far as ating is concerned. Food trucks galore – and elaborate in the way only north amercians can do.

So we fund the following places by chance – it is not meant to be the best of BC, just places i went to who i though were great: good food, reasonable pricing and friendly service.

Jiggers fish and chips (https://www.facebook.com/Jiggers-Fish-Chips-178163522220314/) was mouth wateringly good and would appear on any good food guide too, not just mine. They are truck in Uvclcuelet with inside and outside seating.

Bread and Honey cafe (http://www.breadandhoneyfoodco.com/) was an oasis in Parksville : wonderful hash browns and was rather taken by serving cherry jam with the eggs.

Siegel’s Bagelsseigels fire (http://siegelsbagels.com/) in Vancouver is a must: watch the wood oven with wonder as bagels come out 24 * 7. Great Rosemary and rocksalt bagel with just cream cheese is wonderful.

 

Look out for book and bagels from September

So these past 7 weeks at Union Streetshort tower of bagel has been great. Thanks to everyone who has helped and supported The Tower of Bagel.

The Tower of Bagel will be back in September: za’atr bagels will be set to return after good feedback on Monday, new styles of cream cheese mixed and a change of cakes.

Watch out too for books and bagels, a monthly event through the Autumn to encourage community reading and eating and talking.

Have a good summer, The Tower of bagel will be back on September 5th 

EU Bagel Competition time!

Guacamole, cream cheese and houmus. The traditional Irish bagel?!
Guacamole, cream cheese and houmus. The traditional Irish bagel?!

The Irish tricolour bagel seemed quite popular yesterday. (guacamole, cream cheese, morrocan houmus)

 
For a free bagel and salad combo next Monday (July 4th): suggest a vegetarian filling or a salad along the same lines. The best suggestion wins it (not brexit!).
 
Tweet to @towerofbagel using hashtag #EUbagelcomp or email eu-bagelcomp@thetowerofbagel.co.uk by Friday 1st July at 1pm