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LHarris

How German Are You?

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There are 2 kinds of Wurst grilling here.  Name them?

 

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Nuremberg wurst and curry wurst

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We need the real German RH1 here. He would pick them out Pronto! :lol:

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Learn something every day.   Who would have thought Curry was a German thing?  

 

RH1 had issues with the administration.   But he is around.  Just not here. 

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1 hour ago, delcecchi said:

RH1 had issues with the OBAMA administration.  

 

;);)

 

RH1 was a great poster and is missed.

As are all the foodies who bailed.

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Posted (edited)

5 hours ago, LHarris said:

Nuremberg wurst and curry wurst

 

Well shistter,  I had to WiKi the curry wurst so it looks like a real deal! :)

 

Currywurst (German pronunciation: [ˈkœʁiˌvʊʁst][1]) is a fast food dish of German origin consisting of steamed, then fried pork sausage (German: Bratwurst) typically cut into slices and seasoned with curry ketchup, a sauce based on spiced ketchup or tomato paste, itself topped with curry powder, or a ready-made ketchup seasoned with curry and other spices. The dish is often served with French fries.

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The administration I referred to was not the Obama administration.  Don't edit me when quoting.  It was the HSO administration. 

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3 hours ago, Duffman said:

 

;);)

 

RH1 was a great poster and is missed.

As are all the foodies who bailed.

 

some are still here, just not as busy posting. ;)

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3 hours ago, Duffman said:

 

;);)

 

RH1 was a great poster and is missed.

As are all the foodies who bailed.

;)

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BTW about 10% if my mother was correct.   

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1 hour ago, delcecchi said:

 Don't edit me when quoting.

 

I know, I know................and stay off your lawn.

 

:)

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26 minutes ago, Duffman said:

 

I know, I know................and stay off your lawn.

 

:)

 

You can walk on my lawn so long as you don't leave poop behind...   I'm not worried about hurting the creeping charlie.   But don't go messing with my words. 

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Posted (edited)

7 minutes ago, delcecchi said:

But don't go messing with my words.

 

Sometimes it kind of nice. I seen eyeguy64 fixen words before, well I think I seen him do it! Kind of like a backup speel checker! :grin:

 

So back to the Krut brats!

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I was reading a book about sausage, Polish recipes.   Turns out that Keilbasa is just polish for "sausage" and there are a bunch of different types.    

 

If anyone wants to read the book, pm me.   Official Polish Government recipes from the fall of the Soviet Union. 

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If that's your Wurst, I can't wait to see your best!

 

HAHAHAHA!  Sorry, I couldn't help myself.

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