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Somebody Help This Poor Man: Pretzels in Dallas

pretzel-man-largeHe has a friend in need:

My friend is looking for large soft pretzels. Salted. Hope someone knows of a good place. Looking to get them for a party at the end of September.

Go my resourceful Dishers. Bend over backwards to help. (Wonder if Empire Bakery would make them? Thanks to Green Grapics for the photo.)

13 comments on “Somebody Help This Poor Man: Pretzels in Dallas

  1. Mellow Mushroom in Fort Worth. And there are a variety of flavors, but I know that salted is one of them.

    If you have some dietary restrictions, Tough Cookie Bakery makes some incredible (seriously) vegan pretzel bread. Don’t know if they wouldn’t be game for making that into a full blown salted pretzel, but if it was half as good as the bread, you’d be set.

  2. Federal Baking Co is the unofficial soft pretzel of Philly. They actually were the first to make a soft pretzel with a machine instead of by hand. They’re sold on every street corner and are 100% spectacular. Oh…and they deliver.

  3. NN-good question! I was informed by our German exchange studentes that the state of our pretzels is pathetic! My lovely little teen kraut couldn’t wait to get a pretzel upon landing in Berlin on July 9th.

  4. Why in the gosh forsaken wide world of sports would anyone ship Philadelphia Pretzels to Texas? There should be a law against bootlegging yankee foods across the Red River. Scott and Kim make darn good pretzels, and do nice things, but I think they’re out in the Rockies. I second and third on Tough Cookie Bakery out of Dallas. Someone said they have an authentic German pretzel factory in Irving!