Monday, September 05, 2005

Hello, Toronto! (II)

Oh, and can someone please tell me what the heck a "German sausage" is?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...
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Mark said...

Good lord. (In re: spammers).

I believe "German sausage" applies generally to things such as bratwurst and knockwurst.

Tim said...

That's sort of what I suspected. Man, there are a lot of hot dog carts around here.

Daniel Sendecki said...

Tim, you still in TO?

Tim said...

I am.

Cassie said...

Tim, this is just a general hello.
It is not related to food products of any kind.


Cassie

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Anonymous Poet said...

Mmmmm . . . you've probably never been to the Midwest, have you? Otherwise, you would almost certainly have the answer to that question, I think.

Tim said...

Well, I guess we must be from different parts of the Midwest, Anon. Poet; in Chicago we just call it a brat.

Stage said...

a "german sausage" is not something special or some special sort of sausage.
whereas france is known for excellent wine and cheese, germany is "europes best of breed" when you think of sausages.
we have thousands of different types; bockwurst und knowurst are two of them...

best regards form germany

(Happy New Year2007!)