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“The thinly pounded, breaded beef is similar to the Austrian wienerschnitzel, which is not surprising, as it was originally a European import to the South American country, where the cuisine has been heavily influenced by Spanish, Italian and German settlers.”
“As one who is composed of LOTS of German blood, I can tell you that wienerschnitzel does NOT have to be veal.”
“We were indulging in beer, wienerschnitzel, bratwurst, potatoes in every incarnation, creamy dairy products with no English translations (schmand anyone?), yet we were all visibly getting thinner.”
“I ran through all the possibilities: it's true that I no longer have the bicycle, but I walk all over the city; I do yoga more often here; I never eat processed food or junk food; I'm not a dessert person; I cook healthy meals for myself with lots of organic vegetables; I hardly ever drink beer and there is not a wienerschnitzel in sight.”
“I wish I could remember the name of the wienerschnitzel place we found but I WILL look it up for you.”
“We then both had traditional Milanese meat dishes: I had the Milanese veal cutlet which was the inspiration for the Austrian wienerschnitzel while the other half had roasted veal with baked potatoes.”
“The Governator himself once spoke admiringly of Hitler (and, more alarmingly, wienerschnitzel).”
“The whole scene made me want to go over and say "If you can't sit here and eat your wienerschnitzel quietly, we are going home and you can go without dinner (or the non-Blogger Blaster readers: lunch).”
“Viennese food failed to win me over though- the stodginess of the boiled meat dishes and dumplings and sauerkraut were rather dull and the famed wienerschnitzel, the deepfried breadcrumbed flat pieces of veal left me underwhelmed.”
“Maybe I could like Good King Wenceslaus look out on the Feast of Stephen, except I don't like stroodle--though I could handle some good wienerschnitzel.”
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