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  • We had time to find our own place to eat, and Damon and another friend and I ended up in a nice little cafe outside of the busiest area of town, where we enjoyed Saumagen, pizza, and Toast Hawaii, respectively.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • We had time to find our own place to eat, and Damon and another friend and I ended up in a nice little cafe outside of the busiest area of town, where we enjoyed Saumagen, pizza, and Toast Hawaii, respectively.

    Kloster Maulbronn, Burg Trifels, & St. Martin!

  • It's chestnut season now and Damon's Saumagen had chestnuts in it, and they had lots of other chestnut offerings too, including noodles made from chestnuts!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • It's chestnut season now and Damon's Saumagen had chestnuts in it, and they had lots of other chestnut offerings too, including noodles made from chestnuts!

    Kloster Maulbronn, Burg Trifels, & St. Martin!

  • Damon's dad was with cane as he'd recently twisted his knee, but we still managed to drink our way through half of the vineyard trails, including a stop for the same Saumagen we enjoyed last year.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Damon's dad was with cane as he'd recently twisted his knee, but we still managed to drink our way through half of the vineyard trails, including a stop for the same Saumagen we enjoyed last year.

    Life is back to normal!

  • So -- you need to tell us what surstromming and Saumagen are.

    Gastronomy Domine III

  • Saumagen is the stomach of a pig filled with chopped up bits of the pig that won't go into any decent meal, plus some spices and onions.

    Gastronomy Domine III

  • Currently Google's early prototype can only translate German to English; so where it will save the unsuspecting tourist in Bavaria from a slice of gefullter Saumagen (stuffed sow's stomach) the green-faced vegetarian in Paris will be left prodding his plate of pied de cochon (pig's trotters).

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Currently Google's early prototype can only translate German to English; so where it will save the unsuspecting tourist in Bavaria from a slice of gefullter Saumagen (stuffed sow's stomach) the green-faced vegetarian in Paris will be left prodding his plate of pied de cochon (pig's trotters).

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  • A fine German dish; sort of a pig haggis.

    From the examples: "Saumagen is the stomach of a pig filled with chopped up bits of the pig that won't go into any decent meal, plus some spices and onions." What if one doesn't care for spices and onions?

    November 1, 2011

  • This example seems to suggest it's specifically a sow's stomach:

    “Currently Google's early prototype can only translate German to English; so where it will save the unsuspecting tourist in Bavaria from a slice of gefullter Saumagen (stuffed sow's stomach) the green-faced vegetarian in Paris will be left prodding his plate of pied de cochon (pig's trotters).”

    --Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

    November 1, 2011

  • Sau would also suggest a sow's stomach.

    I suppose the sow's babies get made into trotters, and other suckling delicacies.

    November 1, 2011

  • I wonder whether they serve trotters at Charlie Trotter's restaurant.

    November 1, 2011

  • Mighty Führer of the sausage people!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKakc8VuESY

    around the 10:15 mark.

    November 1, 2011

  • Charlie Trotter's

    If this were my restaurant, I would rename it "Terry Trotter's", for euphonic effect.

    November 1, 2011

  • Phew. For a moment there I thought you were going to say "Tootsie Trotter's".

    November 1, 2011

  • Consume too much Saumagen and you risk becoming a blowmaunger.

    November 2, 2011