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(Mational Day Calendar)   Today is National Wiener Schnitzel Day, so celebrate by finding someone hot and willing to Schnitzel your Wiener   (nationaldaycalendar.com) divider line
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2021-09-09 8:07:36 PM  
5 votes:
Damn, I wish!
I'd settle for the Schnitzel and just bring my own wiener at this point.

All local Germanic restaurants have closed in the last 10+ years, so no real options. I can get what I need/want from a local European store and a butcher or two, but sometimes it's nice to have someone else do the cooking too, even if you don't learn something from it. (being done differently)
 
2021-09-09 8:11:56 PM  
5 votes:
"so celebrate by finding someone hot and willing to Schnitzel your Weiner"

You're suggesting we find someone willing to flatten our wiener with a mallet, bread it, and deep fry it?

Hell no.  Not even if they're smoking hot.
 
2021-09-09 9:17:58 PM  
5 votes:
When I was in Vienna, Wiener schnitzel was my favorite street cart quick meal. If I didn't have to meet some friends in Budapest, more than two weeks of that diet would have given me a heart attack.

I forget where I was in the US, but I ordered it at a restaurant. After the first eager bite, I realized it was chicken. That also almost killed me.
 
2021-09-09 5:16:46 PM  
3 votes:
No Weeners tag, subby?
 
2021-09-09 8:43:17 PM  
3 votes:
Yeah, I lived there.
If you know Vienna, you know why this Schnitzel shape is beloved.
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2021-09-09 10:18:22 PM  
2 votes:

Ragin' Asian: When I was in Vienna, Wiener schnitzel was my favorite street cart quick meal. If I didn't have to meet some friends in Budapest, more than two weeks of that diet would have given me a heart attack.

I forget where I was in the US, but I ordered it at a restaurant. After the first eager bite, I realized it was chicken. That also almost killed me.


I had it with chicken in Austria, usually bigger than my head. I've made it with chicken since I moved back from Vienna. It's good with chicken, too. What was your favorite in Budapest?
 
2021-09-10 3:31:16 AM  
2 votes:
I substitute veal for pork in mine.
 
2021-09-09 8:13:41 PM  
1 vote:
I don't feel comfortable eating veal.
 
2021-09-10 7:32:00 AM  
1 vote:

testosteronephobe: Ragin' Asian: When I was in Vienna, Wiener schnitzel was my favorite street cart quick meal. If I didn't have to meet some friends in Budapest, more than two weeks of that diet would have given me a heart attack.

I forget where I was in the US, but I ordered it at a restaurant. After the first eager bite, I realized it was chicken. That also almost killed me.

I had it with chicken in Austria, usually bigger than my head. I've made it with chicken since I moved back from Vienna. It's good with chicken, too. What was your favorite in Budapest?


I had several duck dishes that were fantastic. There's also a central indoor bazaar with a wet market. Bought some blood sausages, crusty bread, and zucchini. I told the guy in the cook stall to go nuts and it turned out beautifully. My wife was a picky eater then so I picked up a variety of cheeses she enjoyed.

As an aside, if you have an Eastern European market near you, try to find Hungarian roasted hot paprika. I'll never go back to any other powdered spicy alternative.
 
2021-09-10 7:53:43 PM  
1 vote:

fasahd: Percise1: Damn, I wish!
I'd settle for the Schnitzel and just bring my own wiener at this point.

All local Germanic restaurants have closed in the last 10+ years, so no real options. I can get what I need/want from a local European store and a butcher or two, but sometimes it's nice to have someone else do the cooking too, even if you don't learn something from it. (being done differently)

This looks local to you:
$$Beer garden
ORDER PICKUPORDER DELIVERY
Festive, contemporary eatery featuring wood-fired pizzas, Italian pasta & eclectic entrees.
Service options: Dine-in · Curbside pickup · No-contact delivery
Address: 1229 N Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95401[Fark user image 850x190]


Good call, and yes, about 5 miles away.
Someone told me about that place in the just before time, and I had forgotten it existed since I had never been there. It's an odd place with a mix of Eyetalan and German (him and her) that is located in an industrial park so it seems more like an upscale weekday office type feedery.

All that aside, if they are still open, I'll be ordering from them soon.
*they are still open*
 
2021-09-11 5:34:51 AM  
1 vote:
Wiener schnitzel is great, but don't forget about the Japanese version, tonkatsu:

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