Cheron: Is there really a huge demand to cut up meat at a car factory?
Ivo Shandor: Cows go in, leather seats and steering wheels come out.
Bruxellensis: When I was in Germany, I had countless currywurst and beer dinners. It was quite yummy./CSB//vegetables? what vegetables?
under a mountain: Ketchup on a hot dog?
Tillmaster: Bruxellensis: When I was in Germany, I had countless currywurst and beer dinners. It was quite yummy./CSB//vegetables? what vegetables?Spargel. Spargel's good.Never liked Currywurst - there are far too many splendid German dishes (cue the girl at Oktoberfest) to bother with fast food.Schäufele is my favourite. My cardiologist might disapprove.
wildcardjack: I must now find this curry ketchup... can I make some using Heinz as a base?I also have a "I bet they don't do that" for next time I'm at this one overly 19th century germanic restaurant near dallas. But I bet the sausage shop next to SMU might do currywurst.
Rev. Creflo Baller: Maybe I can get close to the recipe without violating copyright.1 cup Heinz, add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil and a couple cloves of minced garlic. Heat in a small saucepan but don't burn it. Stir in a finely minced small white or yellow onion and a couple tablespoons of curry powder. Salt and pepper to taste. Try other herbs as well, like oregano and sage.Officially, the sausage is called weisswurst. Which is more or less bratwurst that's been boiled.Grill with indirect heat to achieve a nice crispy skin. Internal temp should be 180°F. Slice on a bias into bite sized chunks and serve./DNRTFA//I boil mine with beer & sliced onions, 2:1 beer:water. Buy uncooked brats, boil a few minutes till white. QED
LeafyGreens: Okay I like curry, and weisswurst, but after reading that a few times it sounds farking disgusting.
DjangoStonereaver: I never heard of currywurst until I saw the NO RESERVATIONS episode inBerlin.Now I must seek it out to see if it is, in fact, all that.
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