The Wyandotte Street Art Fair was a couple weekends ago and you know what that means….Great food! Food trucks and vendors line up to deliver our favorite eats that we can only enjoy at festivals and street fairs. One of my favorites is the Different Twist Pretzel Co. My lovely dear friend Jessica (co-owner of Dance Avenue in Southgate) knew the owner of this food truck so we stopped by to say Hi. Jim currently lives in FL, but travels to be where the action is. He owns and manages two pretzel food trucks and was nice enough to give us a tour of the pretzel to consumer process. Which, I might add, was more involved than I expected. Jim is very passionate about his business and his love for his product really shined. See how they ranked!
Atmosphere: 5 out of 5 bites
Price: 4.5 out of 5 bites
Quality/Taste: 4.5 out of 5 bites
Service: 5 out of 5 bites (personal tour)
Wow Factor: 4.5 out of 5 bites (menu and passion)
Original Pretzel: Jim’s delicious recipe fried to perfection. Slightly salty with warm, buttery, dough twisted into a mouth watering pretzel. Yum!
Pretzel Dog: All beef frank wrapped in a pretzel. Delicious! The perfect ratio of dog to pretzel. The pretzel was golden brown with a slight chew. This is my new favorite way to eat a hot dog.
The Different Twist Pretzel Co. offers a variety of pretzels for any palate. Enjoy an original, pretzel dog, pizza pretzel, parmesan pretzel, garlic pretzel, a salted pretzel, and more! Jim was so enthusiastic about showing us his process that it’s no surprise why his food truck has a line of hungry patrons outside of it. If you are looking for Jim and his pretzel truck , you can spot him at the Allen Park Street Fair the weekend of August 6th. I will be there endulging in another pretzel to celebrate my birthday. Come cheers me with a pretzel…or two!