Beware the Farm To Market pretzel roll

I’ll just have one. It’s only 50 cents. What’s the harm in eating a roll on the way home from the grocery store? That’s what I told myself last month when I tried my first Farm To Market pretzel roll from Cosentino’s Market.

And so began my downward spiral. The pretzel roll is about the size of a dinner roll, with the chewy exterior of a well-done pizza and the yeasty, salty interior of a soft-baked pretzel. It’s a high-end version of a great street vendor pretzel and the closest I’ve experienced to the common pretzel bread found in German bakeries. This is carbohydrate heaven, but I don’t want to run a marathon — I just want more energy to consume more pretzel rolls.  

Categories: Dining, Food & Drink