[Sca-cooks] Currywurst, and what's your favorite medieval wurst?
wilhemina3 at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 26 11:14:27 PDT 2010
My absolute favorite is the Zervelat recipe from Sabina Welserin. My entire
Barony expects it anytime I have a gathering of any sort, SCA related or not.
From: Christiane <christianetrue at earthlink.net>
To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
Sent: Wed, August 25, 2010 10:50:05 AM
Subject: [Sca-cooks] Currywurst, and what's your favorite medieval wurst?
The Chicago food thread made me recall that while I was in Chicago in May, I
actually never got to try any real Chicago restaurants; but I did get to try
Berlin specialties at a reception that city's economic development group was
holding there. And on the menu was currywurst. Ah, currywurst, I long for you
Anyone here actually make it, including the sauce? This seems like a good recipe
I was told to make sure that I put the currywurst over my fries, because eating
the potatoes that had soaked in the currywurst sauce was the best part.
So all this got me to wondering about period sausages, a-wandering about in the
discussions on the Florilegium, and thinking about getting a sausage attachment
for my Kitchenaid mixer. As there are quite a few experienced sausage makers on
this list, I'll ask, what's your favorite period sausage to make and what's your
favorite to eat?
Adelisa de Salernum
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