National Geographic : 1941 Jul
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome by Harrison Howell Walker Every Piece of Knotted Dough That Goes into This Oven Is Tied by HandbyOne Woman In the Lititz bakery begun by the older man's father, a small staff makes fine pretzels. Dipped in boiling potash forgloss, the dough issalted and baked from five to eight minutes. Pretzels originally were made to represent children with hands devoutly crossed. They weregiven tolittle ones who said their prayers.