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www.usatoday.com 20 foods you didn't know were named after places

1. Bialy. It's often described as a cousin of the bagel, but this flat, chewy roll is a very different thing: Its dough isn't boiled before baking like the bagel's; it has a slight depression in its middle instead of a hole; and that depression is typically filled with minced onions. Like the bagel, though, it is a centuries-old Jewish bakery staple — in this case invented in, and named for, the city…