Penn State Sour Cream and Chive Pretzels Reviews
Product Type: Penn State Snacks
Description:Brand: Penn State / Type: Snacks
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Penn State Sour Cream and Chive Flavour Pretzels 175 G (Pack of 1 ...
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Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
=== The product === Pretzel knots with sour cream & chive flavouring. === The packaging === These come provided in a thick plastic bag. It's a standard 'large' crisp packet style packaging. The packaging is thick, sturdy and shows all the usual information on the outside of the bag. It's foil layered for freshness and this means I can just roll the bag inside itself to keep out air and these will stay fresh for several days with no staleness occurring at all. The sour cream flavour has a tang to it, it's almost a little sharp but it's not over the top and the chive flavour really comes through to compliment the sour cream and give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
**The History of the Pretzel** When I think of a pretzel, I automatically think, American snack, so I was surprised to discover that the pretzel is in fact of European origin, said to have its roots in Catholicism, having been invented by monks way back in 610AD and it was in fact only introduced to the Northern states of America by some German and Swiss immigrants, primarily in Pennsylvania where they gained the title of the Pennsylvania Dutch in the 19th Century. The unique folded over knotted shape is said to resemble a person in prayer and the reason behind it's invention is because a monk in his attempt to reduce wasted dough decided to twist some thin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I was in the 99p shop a couple of weeks ago with my mom picking up some munchies for a night in front of the tv when these pretzels caught my eye. If I had the choice between a savoury and a sweet snack savoury would win everytime so I definately wanted to try these straight away. Id never heard of the brand Penn State before but that thought didnt even enter my mind because the flavour just sounded really yummy - and I have never had a problem with snacks bought from that shop before. Useful Information: Price: 99p - £1.50 For A 175g Packet Stockists: 99p Store, Poundland & Most Supermarkets I cant find the exact nutritional values ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I used to really dislike pretzels, but by a strange turn around, I now love them! I have been trying the soft and hard kinds, chocolate covered and home-made ones, and any others I can find. I recently discovered Penn State Pretzels, who make flavoured as well as regular pretzels. My favourite flavour is the sour cream and chive variety which I am reviewing today. Despite their name, they are made in the United Kingdom, which may not be as authentic but makes sense if you think about the food miles they would rack up otherwise. They are based on a traditional American recipe though. I paid 69p for a 30g bag in a health food shop, but you can buy them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Penn State Sour Cream and Chive Pretzels Description: Manufacturer: Penn State / Type: Snacks These pretzels currently have a whopping 50% extra free so you really do get value for money! They are available in most supermarkets, in the same areas as crisps and snacks and come in a black packet with the brand name on the front and a picture of the pretzels. I paid £1.20 for these snacks. I bought these to snack on because they are healthier than crisps. This is the first time that I have tried this flavour though and was really impressed. Each pretzel has a thick coating of sour cream and chive flavouring ... Read the complete review
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