Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

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Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by racfish » Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:44 am

I remember as a kid finding a liverwurst sandwich in my school lunch bag. Yukkkk [cursing] ..Now that I've matured (in age) I've grown fond of a liverwurst sandwich.
2 pieces white bread
Dijon mustard
Miracle whip
Fresh lettuce
I am not a big fan of white bread usually but you don't want the bread to overpower the Wurst. How many of you remember Liverwurst as a kid? Try it again and see.

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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by AJ's Dad » Tue Jun 27, 2017 4:04 am

I have always been a Braunsweiger fan. I don't see it in stores much anymore. I always used the stone ground mustard and a big slab of Walla Walla sweet onion. It tasted great but it's hard to have a fairly close conversation with anyone after eating that combination.

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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by Mike Carey » Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:43 am

In high school I worked at butchers store in a small town. We made liverwurst all the time. Not bad, I didn't know any better to not like it. [laugh]
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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by racfish » Fri Jun 30, 2017 2:00 pm

AJ's Dad wrote:I have always been a Braunsweiger fan. I don't see it in stores much anymore. I always used the stone ground mustard and a big slab of Walla Walla sweet onion. It tasted great but it's hard to have a fairly close conversation with anyone after eating that combination.


I tried it with some sliced White onion. Yumm Yumm.

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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by TrackerPro16 » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:41 pm

Hans' German Sausage and Bakery in Burien on 148th has it all. Last time I got the whole end of a tube and squeezed it into my mouth. I pity the person that got too close that day! Pickled head cheese too!!! [blink]

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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by racfish » Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:37 pm

TrackerPro16 wrote:Hans' German Sausage and Bakery in Burien on 148th has it all. Last time I got the whole end of a tube and squeezed it into my mouth. I pity the person that got too close that day! Pickled head cheese too!!! [blink]
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Re: Liverwurst / Braunsweiger

Post by Bodofish » Thu Jul 13, 2017 10:36 pm

I lived in a house with a bunch of guys in my college years. When I was done and working it seemed really hard to keep any food in the fridge. I never had to worry about anyone eating it. I also learned to love buttermilk and a few other delicacies. [biggrin]
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