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  • Mr. van Daan decided to make bratwurst, sausages and mettwurst.

    The Diary Of A Young Girl

  • Jakubczak produces a couple of dozen sausages and meats - from potato sausage, mettwurst and smoked Serbian and Slovenian sausages to several kinds of blood sausage, smoked hams and the big seller, fresh Polish sausage.

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  • I had the wurstlteller, a sampler platter with a bratwurst, a bierwurst and a mettwurst and sauerkraut and mashed potatoes on the side, a great introduction to what Hofbrauhaus has to offer.

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  • At the Prairie Hotel, the bar has a relaxed atmosphere and serves up its own Fargher lager, while the restaurant offers a variety of delights - including smoked kangaroo, camel mettwurst

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  • Expect spicy oyster shooters, fried chicken and rolled oysters at Flabby's, and bratwurst and mettwurst at Zeppelin.

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  • A number of German words have become current in general South Australian English (mettwurst, leberwurst or liverwurst, and the ubiquitous fritz, for example, all describing types of sausage), but spelling, especially in words containing - ie -, is often so uncertain that a correspondent in the local newspaper felt obliged to point out that a Wiener Schnitzel has nothing to do with wine and a Liedertafel need not be sorrowful.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4

  • Because some of the early settlers in South Australia were from Germany and retained national ways in food and entertainment, mettwurst ` a kind of sausage 'or schuetzenfest ` an annual rifleman's contest and public picnic' (with nowadays a fair amount of beer to drink, a component perhaps reinforced by association with Oktoberfest) are words generally known to South Australians.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VI No 1

  • Though it’s uncooked, mettwurst is cured, smoked and ready to eat.

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