Dough-Vinci!: Langhorne Pretzel Shop Recreates Famous Painting as, Yes, a Pretzel

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Image via Philly Pretzel Factory - Langhorne, PA.
The pretzel spot has been getting creative with their baked creations.

A pretzel shop in Bucks County recently raked in the dough after creating a one-of-a-kind item imitating a famous painting.

One of the Philly Pretzel Factory’s Bucks County spots, located at 1506 East Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, recently caught the attention of locals residents and those outside the area with a unique twist on a classic art piece. One of the employees of the shop recreated Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” using pretzel dough. The piece was later baked and made ready to eat.

This is not the first time the shop has gone beyond the traditional twists of their namesake product. From bouquets of flowers to birds to cartoon characters, the shop is rife with artists using their skills in the medium of dough.

“We pride ourselves in quality fresh products with old school friendly customer service,” the shop said online. “You’ll always catch one of the local owners along with our dedicated employees on premise baking, twisting or handling customers every day.”

Learn more about the unique creation and more at Philly Pretzel Factory.


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