In contrast to the New York-style bagel ,  or the East Coast Style Bagel which also contains sourdough , the Montreal bagel is smaller, thinner, sweeter and denser, with a larger hole, and is always baked in a wood-fired oven. In some Montreal establishments, bagels are still produced by hand and baked in full view of the patrons. Montreal bagels, like the similarly shaped New York bagel, were brought to North America by Jewish immigrants from Poland and other Eastern European countries; the differences in texture and taste reflect the style of the particular area in Poland in which the immigrant bakers learned their trade. Minor controversy surrounds the question of who first brought the bagel to Montreal.
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Why Dating In Montreal Is Different Than Any Other City - Thrillist
To honor City Rivalry Week -- that very special one week out of the year when we get to celebrate why our particular city is so much better than any other one -- we've decided to turn our attention to our neighbors to the Southwest, NYC, so we can better inform and educate them on just a few of the myriad reasons why we're so damn superior. To wit:. During the Revolutionary War, your city housed 30, British sailors and soldiers -- all anchored around, ew, Staten Island -- and you nearly got George Washington captured. You know what a New York accent is?
Montreal vs New York
Montreal and Toronto have an extraordinary rivalry going back generations. The two cities are completely culturally different, one being more European and the other being more American in style. The ways of life in both places are also very different, as is the architecture, and even the language. Still, the two cities continue to compete for the title of The Best City in Canada. Which city is really the best, though?
Montreal does a lot of things differently than the rest of the country, not to mention our neighbours to the South. Yes, we speak two languages , yes, the idea of a good time often involves drinking king cans of beer in an alleyway, and yes, dating here is just different than everywhere else. Here's how A human blanket is a lot more desirable than going on dates during the long, cold months Your relationship with your winter partner will be put to the test; as temperatures rise above 10 degrees Celsius, hordes of sun-deprived Montrealers leave the confinements of their homes to drink on terraces, dressed in what would normally be considered beachwear.