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Who invented bagels and lox? Al Roker learns the history of an iconic New York City food | Family Style

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In his new TODAY All Day series “Family Style,” Al Roker explores New York City to learn about the origins of bagels and lox. Al visits Russ & Daughters where he learns how to slice smoked salmon, then he tours one of the largest fish smokehouses in the U.S. For a taste of the future, he also learns how to make vegan "lox" from cured carrots.

The history of bagels and lox in New York City