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NYNM

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Pretzel soup Mon, 12/13/10 2:02 AM (permalink)
In response to a posting from Billfish about Pretzel Salad (sounds weird to me) I came across a few recipies for Pennsylvania Dutch Pretzel Soup, basically milk, flour and pretzels.
Has anyone every eaten this? And, how was it?
 
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    webeanrf

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    Re:Pretzel soup Mon, 12/13/10 8:00 AM (permalink)
    A childhood favorite. Hard pretzels, hot milk, and a piece of butter on top.
    For years Mom convinced me that it was a poor man's oyster stew.
    A great late night snack
     
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      shortchef

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      Re:Pretzel soup Sat, 12/18/10 11:04 AM (permalink)
      You can do the same thing with popcorn instead of pretzels. I have a Pennsylvania Dutch cookbook that mentions both pretzel and popcorn soup. They are both good. You could sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top, too.
       
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        Lost Nation

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        Re:Pretzel soup Wed, 04/20/11 5:14 AM (permalink)
        Sounds strange but good.
         
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          Foodbme

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          Re:Pretzel soup Thu, 04/21/11 3:52 AM (permalink)
          webeanrf


          A childhood favorite. Hard pretzels, hot milk, and a piece of butter on top.
          For years Mom convinced me that it was a poor man's oyster stew.
          A great late night snack

          Sounds like a second cousin of Milk Toast. Haven't thought about Milk Toast in Decades. Buttered toast soaked in warm milk. My mom used to make it for me when I wasn't feeling very well. The ultimate comfort food!
           
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            Steadam2011

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            Re:Pretzel soup Mon, 07/25/11 5:48 AM (permalink)
            taste for salty things, like pretzels, thai soup, light and fruit-like things
             
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