The bagel itself is usually made using a standard recipe; but instead of only one topping, it is topped with a mixture of every bagel topping used in the bakery. Poppy seeds, sesame seeds, onion flakes, garlic flakes, pretzel salt, and pepper are all popular toppings that most vendors use on an everything bagel. The everything bagel inspired other bread creations with similar toppings, such as everything bagel chips, everything croissants, everything rolls, everything roti, everything fusilli, and everything hot dog buns. It is offered by many bakeries and fast casual restaurants such as Au Bon Pain and Panera. Attardo notes that "everything" in this context is not to be interpreted as implying infinite recursion.
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- Matthew Gavin Frank (Winter 2013). "At the Center of the Center of the New York Bagel". Gastronomica. University of California Press. 13 (4): 51–55. doi:10.1525/gfc.2013.13.4.51. JSTOR 10.1525/gfc.2013.13.4.51.
- Attardo, Salvatore. "The Role of Affordances at the Semantics/Pragmatics Boundary".
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