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    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had.
    Posted by fomajesuy

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    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had.
    Posted by fomajesuy

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    I was just thinking how far I'll have to travel for a polish boy & fried wings smothered in bbq sauce this summer - cause I'm due! Then I googled "polish boy in Cincinnati (or anywhere closer to Nashville)".
    Posted by 42unut

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    Sounds amazing! If I weren't trying to avoid sugar, I'd try this in a heartbeat.
    Posted by Galyn Glick Martin

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    Maybe even just a little positive notice from the Scene might have made the difference in helping this place make it. Maybe instead of TWO lengthy pieces in the past few months raving about the totally vile and embarassing fake-ski lodge in 12 South.

    THIS was the cool, genuinely neighborhood place that you tried so hard to make that out to be (That place is a blight on its neighborhood, and belongs in a shopping mall if at all.)

    More places like this would continue to make Nashville a cooler and more interesting place.
    Posted by Nothanks

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    Loved Gene, that's why I went to this restaurant. Does anyone know the outcome of his lawsuit?
    Posted by Mark D. Thomas

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    I'm very familiar with Chef Herget's hearty embrace of a wide variety of food origins. I have been a fan of his culinary expertise since his days in Miami.
    Posted by savoytruffle

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    I worked at Nashville Bagel Company from 1994-1995. They closed in 1995, sadly.
    Posted by Jade Tribe

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    A peach variety I'd never seen or heard of, and which I now can't recall the name of. But it was good.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    The fast few years our market had garlic scapes. Now, for some reason they've become very popular and more difficult to get at times.
    Posted by james

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    ​I wanted to point you to a friend of ours, Melissa Irwin, who is in her 5th year of the charity for 4 orphanages in Zimbabwe Africa.

    She attends Cross Point Community Church ​in Brent​wood, TN, has a child with Down Syndrome​, just published her first book "Well Watered.... Never Thirst"​, and has four orphanages in Zim.
    Posted by A Local Hero

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    I like the changes to the Farmers Market downtown. Parking is stupid though.

    I like the other Farmers Markets too, but I think they all open too late and don't stay open long enough.

    Sevier Park and Richland Park in particular.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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    Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job I've had.
    Posted by kazameh

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    Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job I've had.
    Posted by kazameh

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    "Proper" bagels, as made and sold in places where they have long been part of the culture, are boiled, (water is best, but there are credible "Philadelphia egg bagel" variations if you like that sort of thing) and always, always finished with an egg wash that gives them a shiny, identifiable crust on the outside. (Sesame or onion or "everything" should not be slathered on so thick that it sticks to your hand or falls off--although the egg wash helps prevent those.)
    Posted by Barry M

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    I'm going to start hanging out at Farmers Markets.
    Posted by Juanita El Torrito Muchos Grande

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    We are definitely undeserved in the bagel department, as Nor'easter I have a hard time getting people to "make" my bagel. I am constantly having to unpack the cream cheese, tomato and onion to "make it myself.
    Posted by Westendrail

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    Westendrail- I'm with you on the toast issue. I usually ask for the bagel to be "double toasted" to get that crunch I'm looking for.
    Posted by BelleNic

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    Star Bagel Turkey Fresco on Everything bagel. Great Summer sandwich- Cucumber, Tomato, Onion, Cream Cheese, Smoked Turkey.
    Posted by Tim

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    I really miss Nashville Bagel Company mostly because of the shameless amount of cream cheese that came standard with any order. Those were the days.

    I love Star Bagel, nicest folks you ever want to meet but they err on the lean side of a cream cheese serving.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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