All Out of Pretzels

March 22, 2007 at 3:24 am 11 comments

Okay, so today I am frustrated.  I am all out of pretzels, my favorite snack.  What’s a Pretzelgirl to do? pretzels1.jpg

 I had stocked up on my favorites when I was last in Philly, but I finished them up way too quickly.  Living in New York City where you can find anything – Pretzels are not as big a thing here as they are in PA.  Pennsylvania, the Keystone state, should be renamed, The Pretzel State because you can get numberous brands, flavors sizes, shapes and textures in any supermarket.

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While living in LA a few years ago, I used to mail order from my current favorite pretzel company, UTZ Snacks.  They also make delicious potato chips, cheese curls, and corn chips but their pretzels are what turned me on to the company and the basic sourdough hard pretzels are my absolute favorite.  They have a spectacular crunch and the perfect amount of salt.  (They do make salt-free pretzels for those who are watching their salt intake.)

Most companies offer mail order through the web these days.  Here are some links to my favorite Pennsylvania pretzel companies.

Utz Snacks – Pretzelgirl’s favorite are sourdough twisted hard pretzels, but the “specials” are delicious too.

Unique Pretzels – Known for their “splits” – pretzels that split while baking giving them a unique crunch.  Dark Splits, with a slightly burnt taste, are especially good. 

Tom Sturgis Pretzels – a slightly less crunchy pretzel but equally delicious

Wege Pretzels – The classic hard sour dough are tasty and they make a yummy “honey wheat” as well.

 So, if you can’t find these brands in your local store, hop on the internet and order a bag, box or even better, a case…..so you’ll never be caught like me…..all out of pretzels.

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11 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dina  |  March 22, 2007 at 11:02 am

    Love the blog, Pretzelgirl. My latest favorite: Trader Joe’s Whole Grain Hard Pretzel Sticks

    Reply
  • 2. Mr. Buzzy  |  March 22, 2007 at 8:50 pm

    I go for those brick-hard, week-old pretzels that you get from malodorous New York street vendors with grease-smeared hands and hacking coughs. Don’t forget to sprinkle on the industrial salt!

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  • 3. mindy  |  March 27, 2007 at 6:54 pm

    I , too, find myself without pretzels…a favorite salty treat. Living with a young man in the house who eats a bag in a sitting and places the empty back in the pantry…one never knows if “we’re all out” or well stocked”

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  • 4. shelley  |  April 27, 2007 at 8:13 pm

    Making a cheese toast now. whoops used a bagel and it fell thru. toaster on fire. there goes the house. Just kidding.

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  • 5. bsquared  |  May 6, 2007 at 7:07 pm

    re: pretzels…..Not doin’ the street vendor pretzels since a bad experience with one at Byberry and Woodhaven! Dont ask! Current favs are the Snyders square little snaps and the little hard sourdough ones. Perfect for popping! (The soft ones would dry up out here in the desert, anyway..so would the vendor!!)

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  • 6. janice goren  |  June 15, 2007 at 9:31 pm

    When will you write your next yummy suggestion? I anxiously await your words of wisdom JBG

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  • 7. Samanthatha  |  April 8, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    I cant stand when i am out of pretzels….

    I NEED THEM LOL

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  • 8. gman402003  |  March 9, 2011 at 5:52 pm

    Im sorry your all out of pretzels. Try our delicious chocolate covered pretzels. You can visit us on line at http://www.westendconfectionco.com and ordering is just a few clicks away. Mention that you found us through this blog and we will through in free ground shipping.

    Regards, and hearty pretzel eating.

    Gregg

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