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Synonyms for knockwurst

short thick highly seasoned sausage


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Grill only world-class knockwurst, bratwurst and bauerwurst made from 100-year-old German recipes at Geier's Sausage Kitchen, 7447 S.
I'd like to be in the movie [of Camp Creepy Time], cause when we were writing it I wrote the character of Nurse Knockwurst myself.
GERMANS can certainly tell their bratwurst from their knockwurst which is only right for a nation of sausage stuffers.
Viewers laughed as it was hidden in knockwurst sausages or stuffed down trouser legs to hide it from the Gestapo.
Bison hot dogs are a part of A & H'S new line of kosher bison deli products, which includes bison salami, knockwurst, corned beef and pastrami.
The Scissett Stage Door Theatre Company needed links of look-a-like Knockwurst sausages - thick, short frankfurters - during each performance of its production, 'Allo 'Allo.
One toupAe, a stuffed cockatoo, a sink plunger, a knockwurst sausage and a false nose with attached moustache ( just a selection of items needed by the theatre company for Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft's live version of the TV sitcom.
At one courtyard, guests enjoyed delicacies such as bratwurst, knockwurst, and schnitzel, reflecting the heavy German influence in the region.
The rest of the time it's knockwurst and sauerkraut.
Skillets will sizzle with German cooking, bratwurst and knockwurst for starters.
It was an animated conversation (Chinese, of course) with Zhen's brother-in-law as he described their butcher shop and diet, but I could catch two or three familiar words like pastrami, knockwurst, and wiener schnitzel.
Nor is he losing sleep over Spurs' relegation plight - even though most pundits expect them to take another painful kick in the knockwurst at Manchester United on Saturday.
Currently in distribution are: 450 and 750g packs of Grunkohl Topf (a favorite of the northern region, featuring green kale, knockwurst and potatoes); Kase-Schinken Spatzle (ham, cheese and noodles); Weisskohl Topf (white cabbage with venison, potatoes and carrots).
Why all the references to knockwurst, a German sausage?
In A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur heavy drinking is also made the major trait of the German national character, in addition to voracious eating of Wiener schnitzels, knockwurst, hot potato salad, and sauerkraut.