Definition of bratwurst
: fresh pork sausage for frying or grilling
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One of our state’s popular festivals honors what is perhaps the most notable food named after a Wisconsin place — the Johnsonville bratwurst, according to Bergin.
WEIRDEST: Triple Sausage Sampler Bloody Mary If the Kurd-Marczuk wasn’t enough sausage for you, though, grab yourself this boozy brunch drink featuring three different kinds of sausage—andouille, bratwurst and Polish—on a skewer.
The Bavarian includes bratwurst, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut, and the Bombay Bacon is stuffed with bacon, cream cheese, mango chutney and dates.
On the menu: everything from chorizo to bratwurst and British banger to mild Italian sausages.
Every autumn, some 6 million beer obsessives descend upon Munich for Oktoberfest, the Bavarian beer festival known for large steins overflowing with frothy beer, jubilant brass-bands, and plates of greasy bratwurst to soak up the booze.
The pork would be enough for any normal sandwich, but Torta Haus lays on the Bavarian charm with a halved smoked bratwurst, sauerkraut and Dusseldorf mustard.
Jägerhaus serves Barock Dunkel and many other German delights, including goulash, bratwurst and strudel.
Music will be provided by the World Renowned Chicago Brass Band from noon to 2 p.m. Food will include hamburgers, hot dogs, bratwurst and side dishes.
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Origin and Etymology of bratwurst
German, from Old High German brātwurst, from brāt meat without waste + wurst sausage
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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