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Old fashion pretzel rod with toasted walnuts

When I visit the Hester Street Fair I always try to stop by Roni-Sue’s Chocolates in the Essex Street Market.  This past Saturday I picked up two kinds of delicious chocolate covered pretzels rods and a few truffles.

Pretzel rods cooling off after their chocolate dip

The pretzel rods come in two varieties, chocolate dipped with toasted walnuts or  with chile spiked peanuts.  Both use fair-trade chocolate and both are made fresh right in front of you by owner Rhonda Kave.  Try at least one of each–you won’t be sorry.  $2.00 each or three for $5.00

Two different truffles

As for the truffles, you should review the flavors and then go with your gut about the flavor you would like most.  I prefer the pretzel and beer truffle because it has a great salty-sweet thing going.  $2.50 each.

Don’t forget to check out Roni-Sue’s chocolates and other items at select Dean & Deluca stores.

Roni-Sue’s is located in the Essex Street Market at 120 Essex Street.  Their website is here.  Follow DessertBuzz on Twitter.

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