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glazed and salted cracker typically in the shape of a loose knot

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Accompany the bier with another German tradition, the brezel, from top dough-maker's in Central Texas such as Easy Tiger, Hi Hat Public House, Frank, and Scholz Garten.
5 pint glass of beer and a brezel (twistedknot bread).
There are certain key German dishes or ingredients - such as frankfurters or brezel - that are famous all over the world and this is also true for menus across the region.
Word History: Pretzels have been known in the United States since as early as the 1830s, when the word pretzel (borrowed from German Brezel ) first turns up in writing.
This increase in susceptibility is equally dramatic in human patients who sustain traumatic injury (Smith and Kraus 1988; Brezel et al.
Or stop in at the nearby Apex Bakery for a brezel, a crunchy German pastry cooked in a wood-fired oven.
Waiting staff in lederhosen and dirndl will serve Bavarian beer, bratwurst, schnitzel, brezel bread and Schweinebraten (roast pork).
Techno takes over as the Hamburg Baroque Orchestra, Elbipolis, teams up with experimental musician and DJ Brezel Goring, to present 'Baroque Lounge: Outerspace.
17 FRESH FACES Among the myriad luxury timepieces at McCarver and Moser is a brilliant selection by Philip Stein, from elegant classics to this sporty oversize chronograph with trendy rubber brezel and band ($1,625).