Not just a spread anymore.
Not just a spread anymore.
Peering into the second home of Jack's Bistro: Carpinteria.
A look into the home location of Jack's Bistro.
Bagels, now in bite form.
Sandwiches are one of America’s favorite things to eat during lunch time. Who knew that its creation was the solution to a royal man’s need to eat with only one hand?
What came first, the chicken or the egg? We don’t know but here are 10 facts we do know about eggs!
Let’s get something clear, everybody loves burritos, you can make them with anything your imagination is set to, from meat to chicken or fish, and a really wide variety of veggies and sauces but many people wonder about their origins, some claim is Mexican while others say it was actually invented in Texas and then adopted by the Latin American country falling into the Tex-Mex category, well, since they have a long history it is very easy to locate its origins, and you’ll be surprised to know how people made them before.
Certainly one of the most popular drink since ancient times has been a good cold beer, although some countries drink it warm, but you get the point, it’s refreshing, helps you relax and it goes great with food, since the year 4.000 B.C many places around the world have been using and eventually improving this beverage, but its use is not only recreational, it has many benefits for your body that you might not know, let us explain them for you.
Check out our latest marketing video with drone footage of Carpinteria, CA.
What is one of the things that come to your mind when you think of breakfast? I bet you might have a few things in your mind, and that one of those is Waffles, those fluffy pieces of heaven that just make your mornings better, they make the beginning of the day way better, and you might not know this, but there are many types of waffles from around the world, sweet, salty, savory, you name it, from traditional to a new trend, waffles are a very important part of our day, and now you are going to see how the rest of the world enjoys it.
Because we like coffee so much, we are always looking for new experiences, new blends, and coffee is not disappointing. If you want to make your coffee experience more exciting, try out new tastes. There are over thirty types of coffee, each with unique taste and we will share them with you. Next time you order coffee, you might want to try something different.
When you’re trying to plan a gathering for a group of people—whether it’s for a work event, a bridal shower, or a family reunion—one of the most important parts of the event is the food. Although it might sound like a simple task, there are so many things to consider when you’re trying to plan a catered meal for a large group. You not only have to ensure you’re choosing a caterer with a stellar reputation, but you also have to think about what kinds of menu items you want to serve, how the food should be served, and whether or not anyone in your crowd will have any food allergies.
After you get engaged, there are so many important decisions to make about your upcoming wedding: “Where should we get married?” “What month should we get married?” or “How many people should we invite to our wedding?”.
Doralee Jacobson, the owner of Jack’s Bistro & Famous Bagels, never intended to enter the restaurant industry.
“Our journey in Santa Barbara really started on a fluke. We moved up here to retire. I was a chiropractor and my husband was a Madison Avenue ad exec,” she says.
Check out our bagel machine hard at work pumping out delicous baked-fresh daily bagels.
Shown here is Doralee, the owner of Jack's Bistro and Bagels, at the Carpinteria location's patio with a guest and his pet Macaw. Macaws are the biggest of the pet birds and are very intelligent, able to to talk and learn tricks very easily.
Here at Jack's Bistro and Famous Bagels, we often get asked, "What is the best bagel?" Our though is that everybody is unique and has their own preferences and tastes when it comes to the type of bagel they crave when waking in the morning. So we put together a list of personality types that match up to some of our most popular bagels. Take a look to see what your bagel says about you.
(cheese, veggie, pepperoni or pepperoni-jalapeño)
You most likely have Dominos listed on your emergency contacts and you would never consider becoming friends with someone who used a fork and knife to eat a slice of that glorious pie. You have dated more pizza delivery employees than the average person. (What? You can’t help but be attracted to someone who always brings you joy.)
(sun-dried tomato with regular cream cheese bagel)
You love the taste of a good, fresh tomato from your all-organic garden and enjoy chatting about composting in small spaces with your garden club. You wouldn’t describe yourself as a health nut, but you do enjoy pressuring your friends to hike and do two-hour hot yoga sessions with you on the weekends.
(two scrambled eggs, onion, bell pepper, mushrooms, tomato and fresh spinach)
You wouldn’t call yourself an animal hoarder, but let’s just say your landlord doesn’t know exactly how many dogs you’re fostering in your house right now. Your bank account regularly reflects the following purchases: donations to the ASPCA, PetSmart, and that gluten-free dog bakery in your neighborhood.
(two scrambled eggs, cheddar and cream cheese with your choice of ham, sausage, chicken breast, corned beef or turkey breast)
You are what some people may call a gym rat (more like gym beast, am I right?). Though bagels may not get you the gains that protein powder can, sometimes it’s nice to have something to sink your teeth into.
(bagel with cream cheese)
You like what you like and you won’t apologize for it. You have your city’s public transportation schedule memorized and you always know the best routes when the main thoroughfare is clogged. Precision is in your blood and while you don’t mind being adventurous with food every once in awhile, you often go for the same things—because who has the time for bad food?
(bagel with cream cheese, tomato, red onion, cambridge lox and a pickle or capers)
You may not be a professional chef, but your friends certainly hang around your house like you are. A true foodie, you always pride yourself on ordering the very best that a restaurant has to offer and then obsess over how to recreate the dish at home. You may or may not have a framed and autographed photograph of Anthony Bourdain hanging up in your kitchen.
(bagel with peanut butter and jam)
Your friends make fun of you for having a limited palette, but you can’t help it. You like what you like. To you there’s not much better than a pb&j. But hey—you tell them—at least you’re being adventurous and exploring new bread options.
(cinnamon bagel with cinnamon-walnut-raisin cream cheese)
You wouldn’t say you’re obsessed with dessert, but you do have a bunch of Cake Boss episodes stored on your DVR for a rainy day. To you, life isn’t complete without something to savor at the end of the meal. You’re often the first one in line for office birthday cake.
Whether you’re planning a large family reunion or you need breakfast for the entire department, we know that it’s important to you to find sustainable catering. However, there’s more to being a green caterer than just saying you’re committed to eco-friendly initiatives. Here are 15 things that your catering company can do to stay green (and 15 sustainable things you can do when planning your next dinner party).
They’re always accommodating for him, and we come here because they have great food,” his owner, Katherine Less, told the News-Press on a recent morning. She and her husband, Jason Less, were about to have one of their favorite breakfasts- the Blackstone Benedict. It’s a poached off on a bagel with avocado, tomato and, instead of ham, bacon. “They have a nice Hollandaise sauce here,” Mr. Lesh, who operates a nearby organic produce stand with his wife, said just before the food arrived.