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The answer PRETZEL has 55 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of pretzel in various dictionaries:
noun - glazed and salted cracker typically in the shape of a loose knot
This would accord with the story that a monk living in France or northern Italy first created the knotted shape of a pretzel, even though this type of biscuit had been enjoyed by the Romans.
noun - a glazed, salted cracker
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Stick in the cupboard, maybe|
|Knot for human consumption?|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|In a bizarre twist of fate, George W. Bush almost choked on one of these on January 13, 2002|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A glazed, brittle biscuit that is usually salted on the outside and baked in the form of a loose knot or a stick.|
|a crisp biscuit baked in the form of a knot or stick and flavoured with salt.|
|glazed and salted cracker typically in the shape of a loose knot|
|a hard salty biscuit that has been baked especially in stick or knot shapes|
|a kind of hard or chewy bread, usually with salt on it, that is baked in the shape of a loose knot or stick|
|A Pretzel ( listen ) (German: Breze(l)) ( listen ) is a type of baked bread product made from dough most commonly shaped into a twisted knot. Pretzels originated in Europe, possibly by monastery monks in the Early Middle Ages. The traditional pretzel shape is a distinctive nonsymmetrical form, with the ends of a long strip of dough intertwined and then twisted back into itself in a certain way (a pretzel loop). In the 2010s, pretzels come in a range of different shapes. Salt is the most common seasoning for pretzels, complementing the washing soda or lye treatment that gives pretzels their traditional skin and flavor through the Maillard reaction; other seasonings include various cheeses, sugars, chocolate, glazes, seeds, or nuts. There are several varieties of pretzels, including soft pretzels, which must be eaten shortly after preparation, and hard-baked pretzels, which have a long shelf life. Over a billion dollars' worth of pretzels are sold annually in the US.|