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02-06-2008 09:24 PM  10 years agoPost 1
RayJayJohnsonJr

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Hey guys,

Several years ago we had a fellow from out east, I think it was Pennsylvania, but not sure, fly in annually to visit his family. Well, there was a divorce and he don't come 'round no more. But, to the point. Every time he'd show up, he'd bring with him some pretzels for us. They were probably about as big around as your pinky finger, not crispy hard, but not chewy soft either. About 10" long I'm guessing. They were absolutely hands down the best tasting pretzel we've ever had. And when I mentioned this to him, he said it was because of the special ingredient - LARD! These pretzels were a commercial product, not something that he whipped up at home. Was hoping that perhaps someone here knows of the pretzels of which I speak. We just got to talking here at afternoon break and was wondering how a person might find these. I said "Let me ask the guys on Runryder, someone will know". Right???

Thanks!

-Mark

There, their and they're. It's really that simple.

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02-06-2008 11:15 PM  10 years agoPost 2
GMcNair

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bahaha, i love it! I went to PA a couple years ago to visit a friend, and discovered pretzel bread, and realized that it fits right alongside nature's other perfect food, bacon! I went back this past October and every chance we got, I was ordering my sam-iches on pretzel bread. Gotta love those Amish!

I'm guessing you either had Utz or Bachman's pretzels.

See if this is what you had? Called Utz pretzel rods.
http://utzsnacks1.stores.yahoo.net/prroba.html

If those aren't it, I'm sure someone else will chime in. And if you want to learn my recipe for making some awesome pretzel bread, shoot me a PM. It's very time consuming to make, but good Lord it's awesome.

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02-06-2008 11:31 PM  10 years agoPost 3
Boidman (RIP)

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nature's other perfect food, bacon!
One does not have to OD on salt, while enoying that distinctive bacon taste. A light sprinkling on a backyard burger can make for a great occasional treat. Baconized breadsticks?

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02-07-2008 02:53 PM  10 years agoPost 4
GMcNair

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Boidman, your man-card gets a renewal and a fresh laminate today. That is a huge find, and I have 3 bottles enroute -- one for me, 2 for gifts. Thank you for the link!

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02-08-2008 12:28 AM  10 years agoPost 5
RayJayJohnsonJr

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Hey GMcNair,

I think them pretzel rods are what we were thinking of. Going to get some ordered. Thanks for the help!

-Mark

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