from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A smoked liver sausage.
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- adjective Pertaining to
Braunschweig, in Germany.
- adjective Pertaining to a style of
- noun A kind of sausage;
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
Liverwurst ( "Braunschweiger" to the lily-livered) sandwiches, cheddar cheese, and beer.
Plus, with the beef mixture pureed to a paste, every bite felt like eating a noodle smeared with Braunschweiger.
Braunschweiger was alluding to an additional scandal surrounding Ramsay -- accusations, denied by the chef, that he cheated on his wife with at least three other women in 2008.
Anyway, after spending five weeks eating (and loving) bratwurst, knackwurst, liverwurst, Braunschweiger, and sauerkraut, I decided to make a few changes.
The New York Post has additional comments from Braunschweiger, and notes that Ramsay's reps at William Morris Endeavor have not responded to requests from comment.
German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries dismissed concerns about a new version of the so-called VW law, telling German newspaper Braunschweiger Zeitung that the government has taken a close look at the court ruling and will comply.
That a serving size of Braunschweiger is one ounce?
Ate lots of Braunschweiger with cherries, and saltines unsalted tops.
This was the work of Richard Calwer, another socialist of strongly nationalist views, at that time on the staff of the "Braunschweiger Volksfreund."
No mortal had ever gazed upon the legendary Adler, but Timmins the cockney, and Braunschweiger the ex-Prussian grenadier, gaily dispensed from jugs and bottles the "spiritual comforts" stacked up in the "dark room" every Saturday against the Sunday of legally enforced thirst and resultant sadness.