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The Wurst Quiz on Sploofus

tuzillaTuzilla on 11/20/2013

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TheWurstQuizonSploofus Photo The word 'wurst' means sausage in German. This quiz is about some of those sausages. See if you know them. But whatever you do, don't ever watch them being made.

I have a professional cook book titled 'Great Sausage Recipes and Meat Curing, which has recipes for 100 and 10 lb. lots of virtually every sausage known and unknown to man. I have made many of them. Information for the quiz is pulled from its pages.
10 Questions

Rating:  (8.79/9)
Difficulty:  Somewhat Difficult
Taken: 94 times

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Comments (3)
Rael61  (Level: 139.5)
Mon, 27th Jan '14 6:53 PM

Excellent quiz. Being from Wisconsin, and growing up in the shadows of Johnsonville Sausage, I am a bratwurst connoisseur, and can grill them to perfection over charcoal on my Weber grill, and consume them on Johnston hard rolls (no connection to the brat manufacturer but also from my home town. In Sheboygan WI, we eat "double brats," that is, two brats side by side on the aforementioned hard roll. None of this "brat bun" malarkey with just one brat. In my teens, I used to serve as golf caddy for both Ralph Stayer and his son, Ralph Jr. at the local country club. (The Stayer family founded and owns Johnsonville brats.) I have also become quite enamored with Metwurst, available only at local meat markets, as well as russowurst (Russian sausage, which is just a bit spicy and great with Zatarain's cajun rice dinners). Thanks for the wurst quiz I've ever taken.

Jeanstar  (Level: 20.1)
Fri, 22nd Nov '13 8:40 AM

love this quiz..i am a vegetarian except still eat bratwurst when with our German friend who makes it himself...can't resist..

Butterfly11  (Level: 74.8)
Thu, 21st Nov '13 5:07 AM

Wurst is not my best subject .... aarrff waarrff say Keats (it's even too rich for the Border T!!)

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