Did you by any chance mean bratwurst?
- Borrowing from German Blutwurst, from Blut ("blood") + Wurst ("sausage"). (Wiktionary)
“For the Schlachtfest, Stralsunders gathered in hundreds, the women in their dirndls and men in old-fashioned suits, gobbling pig knuckle, leberwurst, knockwurst, dozens of waxy, greasy boiled potatoes, and of course, blutwurst.”
“An wile ai am willing to trai teh debiled kid kneez, ai draw teh lion at blutwurst.”
“The Germans also dispensed uncooked rations for the kriegies to prepare in their makeshift kitchens: worm-infested potatoes, margarine that looked like axle grease, and blutwurst, a sausage made from onions and congealed animal blood.”
“And here in Cologne, I had a plate of blutwurst with mashed potato mixed with cooked apple, and a hefty dollop of fiery German mustard.”
“That the Germans eat six regular meals a day, and between times stave off their appetite with numerous Schweitzer cheese sandwiches, blutwurst and beer.”
“For the ruffianish pages of Jack London, the pungent, hospitable smell of a first-class bar-room -- that indescribable mingling of Maryland rye, cigar smoke, stale malt liquor, radishes, potato salad and _blutwurst_.”
“There were all sorts of things in the waggons -- food and corn, to which I allowed our men to help themselves, for our horses were short of oats and our men of rations, and some of the tinned meats, "gulasch" and "blutwurst," were quite excellent and savoury, much more so than our everlasting bully beef.”
“Ten or twenty million Germans lost their ancestral lands and never was even a harmless homemade blutwurst”
“Yes, it's been a favorite topic for years, from the mysteries of the Slim Jim to the inner workings of things like blutwurst and head cheese, but up until now we've always pretty much stuck to meats that came, whole or in part, from animals.”
“ItÂ´s liverwurst, blutwurst, onions and garlic served with creamy mashed potatoes and apple sauce.”
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