bratwurst

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Borrowing from German Bratwurst

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bratwurst (plural bratwursts)

  1. A small pork sausage, usually served fried.
    • 2012, Lindsey Galloway, (bbc.co.uk) A German enclave in central Texas
      For just-right spiced bratwurst and sausage, try Opa’s Smoked Meats, a family-owned shop that uses original German recipes passed down the generations and always has samples on hand. Finish off any meal with a stop at Chocolat, one of the few chocolate shops in the US that uses a classic European technique known as “liqueur praliné”, where a delicate sugar casting encases liquor, espresso, wine or other liquid fillings. The casting is then covered in chocolate to make a confection that must be eaten whole, lest the encased liquid come dribbling out.
    Yesterday there was bratwurst for dinner.

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bratwurst m or f (rare) (plural bratwürste or bratwursts or bratwurst)

  1. bratwurst (a small pork sausage)