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

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    Bockwurst and Knockwurst

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    Hello: Goodwurst and Gooderwurst !!! Good Luck. O – R

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    Kochwurst & Weisswurst

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    It has to be a trick question as it is all bratwurst with some being the long version and others being the short version. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Shouldn’t there be some sauerkraut as well for it to be truly German?! 😀

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    My Dad grew up in Amana, and this is my favorite time of the year. The Bockwurst from the Amana Meat Shop is THE BEST.

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    Sweet Jesus a bed of kraut or mashed taters and brown gravy sound amazing. And of course a liter of a good maibock

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    1/4 German and now looking for buns and Senf 😀

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    Quote by: CRIASterling

    My Dad grew up in Amana, and this is my favorite time of the year. The Bockwurst from the Amana Meat Shop is THE BEST.

    I’m originally from a few miles away from main Amana. The meat shop is hard to beat. Used to buy a ton of their jerky. Millstream is a nice stop as well 😉

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    I have to go to you butcher. I haven’t found Weißwurst since I was in Bavaria. Traditionally, it was served boiled with a spicy mustard and Pretzel, and a big Hefeweizen, it was my post breakfast, pre-lunch, lunch. In Germany, if you eat the casing on the Weißwurst, it was faux pas, you had to squeeze the meat out of it, which I found odd, but the locals gave me weird looks when I cut it up with a fork and knife and dunked it in mustard. Nice looking sausages!

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    Quote by: speng5

    Quote by: CRIASterling

    My Dad grew up in Amana, and this is my favorite time of the year. The Bockwurst from the Amana Meat Shop is THE BEST.

    I’m originally from a few miles away from main Amana. The meat shop is hard to beat. Used to buy a ton of their jerky. Millstream is a nice stop as well 😉

    Off topic, but the last time we stopped at Millstream they gave my kids samples of their root beer. My younger daughter who was probably 5 at the time took one sip and immediately told the bartender he forgot to put ice cream in hers. :mrgreen:

    I could go for some brats and kraut for sure. Those look great.

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    My Oma and Opa lived near Parkersburg Iowa, My kids love Sego soup and Rusk. So I suppose I am a little german. Brats and bear is all I thought about in that pic. haha

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    I am only able to tell by taste. Where am I headed? I will bring the kraut and beer!

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    Quote by: Wallyman

    I have to go to you butcher. I haven’t found Wei�wurst since I was in Bavaria. Traditionally, it was served boiled with a spicy mustard and Pretzel, and a big Hefeweizen, it was my post breakfast, pre-lunch, lunch. In Germany, if you eat the casing on the Wei�wurst, it was faux pas, you had to squeeze the meat out of it, which I found odd, but the locals gave me weird looks when I cut it up with a fork and knife and dunked it in mustard. Nice looking sausages!

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    my favorite

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    Quote by: LenH

    my favorite

    What is this? Looks tasty!

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