I'm pretty sure I would eat less if blogs would quit showing things like this.
the freshness is jumping out of the picture!just read about your cheese week (who knew cheese got mites?) sounds deliriously wonderful.terribly disappointing but don't give up hope!
Mmmm, and I was just wondering what I could bake with my starter this weekend. Pletzels are now a top contender. :)
I am pretty sure that I will never be skinny. That looks too good!
This looks a lot like an onion bagel to me, but the origin of the word sounds like "pretzel" or "bretzel"..., what is the origin, anyway? Epicurious didn't enlighten me enough.
Yum yum LOL Diane
By far some of my favorite Marais treats :)
Where did you find these? They look delicious!
Pepe:)If only you would learn some self control...Mlle ParadisI took a half a dozen home to my husband and they didn't last more than a few days! Wish we could find them where we live. Pletzels are a true Parisian treat.Thank for the encouragement!camilleYou should! I'm thinking about making them too. Let me know how they turn out.MeredithI know...I could happily eat these every day. The more onions and dough, the better! With some cheese of course.KateThere must be some Jewish bakeries near you? BettyA pletzel is softer than a bagel and has no hole. It isn't boiled then baked like a bagel, and the dough is quite different.Here's a good article: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/01/dining/01HANU.htmlDianeExactly! LeslieMe too. I usually bring bagels home from Paris but these are now our favorites.sarahI got them at Sacha Finkelsztajn. Go! They're delicious!
those look wonderful. wonder how to make them?
AidanThey are wonderful!If you click on the word "pletzel" in the post, it will take you to a recipe.
Mmm, yes, please! I'm an onion fan too. I can almost feel the chewy squish of the pletzel in my mouth. With a schmear of Philadelphia, peut-être?
AnnYes, a schmear would be welcome too! If only we could find it down here...
Oh that looks like my idea of heaven. Oh dear. I'm going to get fat again blogging, aren't I?
I have never had those in Paris; they look so good!
Oh they look fabulous....I've never seen these in France before. They look like what we called bialis - not sure of the spelling -in the US
tasteofbeirutThey are worth going out of your way for!Mrs MThey are similar to a bialy, but you can find pletzels in the States as well. They are flatter and more cracker like however.
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