Everything Bagel Spice. Put it on ERRRRYTHING. Eggs. Salads. Chicken. Fish. Hummus. Avocado toast. It’s all better with Everything Bagel Spice!
You could even put it on a bagel. Meta.
Hellllo! It’s summmmerrr. (Sort of.) I’m looking forward to a few months of not traveling for a change, but last week had one more jaunt to NYC and Florida!
I was in NYC to apply for the JBC for Sweet Noshings! You have exactly two minutes to pitch your book to a few hundred Jewish book fair professionals from around the country. Pretty legit! Usually I’m not nervous about speaking (I speak pretty often) but it was nerve wracking! I was sandwiched between authors speaking about the Holocaust, Jewish identity, ethics, personal family stories. Then I get up like “Hi, I’m Amy and I make Manischewitz Ice Cream.” But I think it went well!
I stayed at The Roxy Hotel in Tribeca which was just adorable! They have a jazz band every night. Swanky. After my two minutes was up, I had time to explore the city (Washington Square Park- my old hood!) I had much needed coffee and green shakshuka at Jack’s Wife Freda and an undocumented dinner at Bar Bolonat. Both delicious!
Before my flight, I met up with my good friend Kim for a French cheese event! Twist my arm. Even the cocktails were made from cheese! (Blue cheese dirty martinis are my new drink.)
Check out this cheese purse! Who needs Chanel?
Next up, St. Augustine for a friend’s wedding! We coincidentally stayed right near one of the oldest synagogues in the country. To give you an idea of how fun this wedding was, the place cards were shot glasses…full of tequila. Yeah.
“I’m an acquired taste. You don’t like me? Acquire some taste!”
How cute is this town? Did you know St. Augustine is the oldest city in the country! True story.
On our way to the airport, we had time to go to Disney! I
forced highly suggested the group go to Epcot. It’s the best!!
drank ate around the world. Cheese in Italy, fish and chips in England, and this tasty falafel with pickled beets in Morocco!
Speaking of food, back to the recipe. Since I use everything bagel spice all the time (like on these deviled eggs, or this challah or even this salad, I thought it deserved its own post! Sprinkle it on a salad, on fried eggs, on hummus, on guacamole, on anything!
- 1 tbsp poppy seeds
- 1 tbsp sesame seeds
- 1 tbsp dried garlic flakes
- 1 tbsp dried onion flakes
- ½ teaspoon kosher salt
- Mix together all ingredients in a small bowl. Store in an airtight container.
- Some notes: You can find dried onion and garlic flakes in the bulk spice department of your supermarket. They also have dried garlic and dried onion on Amazon.
- You can definitely double or triple this recipe. I like to not use too much salt, but feel free to add more to your liking.