For more than twenty years, George Greenstein owned and operated a
Long Island bakery that produced all sorts of baked goods, from all
sorts of ethnic traditions—focaccia and Irish soda bread, Bavarian
pumpernickel and naan—including many from his own culture, such as
Jewish corn bread, challah, and bagels. His bakery was one of those
neighborhood treasures where every weekday evening commuters picked
up brown paper bags filled with a dozen Vienna... more...