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Tasty Tidbits Beckon You: National Pretzel Month

National Pretzel Month…don’t these twisted tidbits beckon you?

pretzelHot pretzels served in the Winter on the streets of almost any large Northern city are a treat & tummy satisfier.

One can smell the wares of the pretzel cart with the aromas of hot sauces & dunking butter. It’s popularity & smell rivals that of roasted chestnuts.

The large dough pretzel’s chewy goodness with a sprinkle of coarse salt & dunked in hot butter is truly memorable.

There are any number of hot sauces for dunking pretzels to be had. For example, caramel butter, almond, chocolate, maple, piña colada, cheese or apple flavorings, just to name a few. Pretty well whatever your heart desires.

Of course, making your own pretzels is a great idea, but it is time intensive & somewhat involved, but purchased store bought are a good alternative.

To serve, reheat pretzels in the oven, and if necessary, add a bit more coarse salt & serve with one or more of the flavored dipping butters mentioned.

Always a hit with the young or old.

National Pretzel Month is a twisted surprise!

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