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  • But in my defense, "hassenpfeffer" is provided by some dictionaries as a secondary spelling and, as a Google book search revealed, it's been spelled that way in numerous titles.

    "Darn you to heck, Edward Willett, darn you to heck!"

  • I contend that "hassenpfeffer," while it means the same as "hasenpfeffer," is not a German word at all, but an English word adapted from the original German word.

    "Darn you to heck, Edward Willett, darn you to heck!"

  • That being the case, I believe I can believably contend that the correct English spelling is, in fact, "hassenpfeffer," and if one is to call it "hasenpfeffer" one is using a German word, and should properly also italicize it, as is the custom with foreign words in English text.

    "Darn you to heck, Edward Willett, darn you to heck!"

  • The number-one hit on Google if you do a search for the term "hassenpfeffer," that is.

    Archive 2006-11-05

  • As you probably noticed, neither "hassenpfeffer" or "hasenpfeffer" appear anywhere within the text, which I'm sure was a great relief.

    Lost in Translation

  • Time for some hassenpfeffer! kathy a. posted at 11:58 PM i thought you might be taking a little, ahem, artistic license with the rabbit descriptions. but guess not. wow.

    Cute or creepy? You decide

  • March 3, 2008 at 11:22 am hassenpfeffer ice kreem juicy wattermelon

    pew pew pew - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I usually cooked on Sixday, since I didn't teach then, but the Greytons had brought by a couple of rabbits, and that was Marygay's specialty, hassenpfeffer.

    Forever Free

  • Peter had an ambition to become as rich as his neighbour, Hugo Heffelbauer, who smoked a meerschaum pipe three feet long and had wiener schnitzel and hassenpfeffer for dinner every day in the week.

    Heart of the West [Annotated]

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