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    Fri Feb 11, 2005 12:00 am Groupie
    joan in CNY wrote:
    Had the Knockwurst to-night. Boiled them, neither DH or I thought much of them-pretty tasteless. We plan to search out a German market in the city and see what they have to offer.

    You might have overboiled them - esp if they were precooked. Another tip - cook them in a mixture of beer and water for good flavor. icon_smile.gif (They could also have been nothing special sausages after all, of course). icon_wink.gif
    joan in CNY
    Fri Feb 11, 2005 8:21 pm Groupie
    Thanks Kate and Heather, I have seen the "boil in beer" recipes but have never tried them. Yes it's true I may have overcooked them. DH said the skins should split but that never happened before I felt they surely must be heated, When I mentioned "The City" I was referring to our local dear old Syracuse (we live in the suburbs.) There are a few old family butcher shops located on "The North Side", where the original German population settled. Next time I will look there. Many thanks for your responses!
    Chef Kate
    Sat Feb 12, 2005 1:13 am
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    I knew you were upstate--but the S& W website has two things which might help--pictures of all the sausages and a way to order and have them shipped. But clearly, if you can get access to a real German butcher/deli that is the best solution.
    joan in CNY
    Sat Feb 12, 2005 10:23 am Groupie
    Thanks again Kate, The website was very interesting. Will kep it in mind.
    Wed Feb 23, 2005 12:54 pm Groupie
    My DH turned me onto German deli a few yrs back.
    Here in CO, there are only 2 places we know of so far. We LOVE veal bockwurst!! I tried to make it a few yrs ago, but I lacked one SMALL ingredient: fat. Man, you have to have SOME for sausages, lol.. otherwise, these were super ez to make!!

    Find a german deli and you'll find some great things there! Knackwurst are sort of orangish and are really good, much better than hot dogs!! Short, fat sausages. I love all the different types.

    Lori Mama
    Thu Feb 24, 2005 1:57 pm Groupie
    We can't buy the really good german sausages here in our little town, so when we go to the city from where we moved from (which is very german), I always buy enough to last us until the next trip there. Thank goodness they freeze well. icon_wink.gif
    Chef Kate
    Thu Feb 24, 2005 2:38 pm
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    And then there's that lovely white one--Weisswurst?--delicate and herby. Such good stuff. Here in DC there are some available, but not as much as in New Yrok City. And when I think of Munich...
    joan in CNY
    Thu Feb 24, 2005 8:05 pm Groupie
    Never heard of Weisswurst. The flu has put me out of commission for the past week or so. When I can, plan to visit some of our German Markets. Will look for it there. We do have a local packaging Co.-Hoffmann's who make excellent hot dogs and coneys. Coneys are also white and in many ways I prefer them to hot dogs.
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