Learn to Make Homemade Bagels for the Yom Kippur Break Fast
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After the fast ends at sundown on Yom Kippur in many households, the meal of choice comes from the appetizing counter, with smoked fish, cream cheese and bagels. This year those bagels might be homemade if you participate in a class given by the bagel experts Reva Castellenti and Sam Silverman on Saturday at 4 or 6:30 p.m., at Bagel Market in Midtown. Or perhaps youd just want to learn how to make bagels without any observance. Either way, the two-hour hands-on session involves rolling, boiling, seeding and baking the bagels, and taking a dozen of them home. Bagels to eat with spreads, plus beer and wine, will be served and bagel history will be revealed. There will also be a three-hour class to break the fast on Monday, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m., with more food to eat.
Bagel Making Classes for Yom Kippur, Saturday 4 and 6:30 p.m., and Monday at 6 p.m., each $150, Bagel Market, 264 West 40th Street, nycbageltours.com.