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The NH Jewish Food Festival Welcomes Winnipesaukee Bay Gulls

The NH Jewish Food Festival Welcomes Winnipesaukee Bay Gulls

Many people think of bagels when they think of traditional Jewish foods.  Now, along with the deli meat sandwiches, pickles, knishes, latkes, strudel, rugelach and other bakery goods, the NH Jewish Food Festival at Temple B’nai Israel will offer packages of six bagels, made from scratch, by the locally owned and family run Winnipesaukee Bay Gulls, located in Gilford and Moultonborough.

“It was a natural fit” said TBI fundraising chair Stu Needleman.  “When our new logo was redesigned we realized the need to include bagels in the offerings of the NH Jewish Food Festival.”   The owners of Winnipesaukee Bay Gulls, Craig and Magdalene Roeder were happy to partner with the NH Jewish Food Festival and expand upon their dedication to the Lakes Region Community.  The Roeder’s believe in supporting the local community and do so in many ways including fundraising programs at two area high schools.

If you want a full array of homemade Jewish foods to eat right there under the tent or to take home prepackaged, plus for the first time, fresh bagels at Food Festival special prices from Winnipesaukee Bay Gulls, then plan now to be there on Sunday, July 14th, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on the temple grounds at 210 Court Street in Laconia.  Several different bagel varieties will be available for purchase at the bakery table along with the large variety of homemade baked goods.

All questions may be directed to foodfestival@tbinh.org.