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    KaiseKrainers? (sp?)

    Gay Gilmore
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 1:14 pm
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    I lived in Vienna, Austria for a semester in college, and we used to get these wonderful sausages (at the sausage stand, after a pint or two) that had bits of yummy cheese in the middle of the sausage. The were called Kaisekrainers, i think? (the word for cheese and the word for sausage, i think....you know how that German language works, putting everything together...icon_wink.gif

    European cheese and sausages are both so good, it made an amazing combination. I'm sure any made here would use some kind of processed cheese. Just wondering if anyone has the same memory of these delicious dogs and if they have ever found them anywhere else...
    HeatherFeather
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 2:21 pm
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    Well, I have not had these, but Kaese is the word for cheese and Krakauer is a type of German sausage - although Austrian German is a bit different, so there may be other words for it. That is the first thing that came to mind though. icon_smile.gif
    Anke R
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:28 am
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    Kaesekrainer are sausages mainly produced in Bavaria and Austria. North of the "Weisswurst aequator" they are not easy to be found. I believe they are smoked as well, since I remember a faint smoke taste.
    Here is a picture, Heather:
    http://www.steinschneider.com/travel/2001/vienna/vienna_06.htm
    HeatherFeather
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 5:31 pm
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    They look delicious, Anke. Thanks for the correct info and the great photo. icon_smile.gif
    Anke R
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 5:46 pm
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    Hey, once I get my meatgrinder in april (xmas present from parents, that was just too heavy to take on the plane along with the additional suitcase icon_lol.gif ), I might actually post a recipe. I have already found a place to order all the necessary stuff you need to make proper German sausages ( the Frenchies are great cooks, but they really have no idea how to make a decent sausage, except maybe in Elsass, but that's almost Germany anyways icon_lol.gif .) I will definately post recipes for Weisswurst, Nuernberger, Leberkaes and of course Bavarian Laugenbretzn/semmeln. So with my potatoe salad you will be able to have a real "Brotzeit" at home icon_biggrin.gif
    rangapeach
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 1:26 am
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    Anke R wrote:
    Hey, once I get my meatgrinder in april (xmas present from parents, that was just too heavy to take on the plane along with the additional suitcase icon_lol.gif ), I might actually post a recipe. I have already found a place to order all the necessary stuff you need to make proper German sausages ( the Frenchies are great cooks, but they really have no idea how to make a decent sausage, except maybe in Elsass, but that's almost Germany anyways icon_lol.gif .) I will definately post recipes for Weisswurst, Nuernberger, Leberkaes and of course Bavarian Laugenbretzn/semmeln. So with my potatoe salad you will be able to have a real "Brotzeit" at home icon_biggrin.gif

    Oh Anke! icon_lol.gif See me doing the happy dance! You have a recipe for Weisswurst! I can hardly wait.
    Anke R
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 9:08 am
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    if you go on the official Bavaria site you can get recipes for practically most local specialties, also in English. Especially for thaose that have been protected by law, like weisswurst, nuernberger etc.
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