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Re: "Wuerstchen"

In a message dated 8/15/2004 3:06:11 AM Eastern Standard Time, mtalt@hort.net 
> One of my fond memories from visiting Germany when we lived in Europe
> when I was a kid was this incredible narrow frankfurter type sausage
> sold by vendors from carts on street corners - served on slices of a
> crunchy sort of French bread with hot mustard; never had it
> since...fantastic.  Hot dogs compared are sort of like processed
> cheese compared to a fine Brie.
When I read this my mouth started watering. I remember these "Wuerstchen" 
(litttle sausages) well .  I often could not afford to buy them when the vendors 
came to our school during lunch break . But when I did I savored them. The 
vendors carried these big shiny steaming buckets in front of their bellies along 
with baskets of fresh, crusty rolls. 
Godi zone 7
Mt. Vernon VA

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