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Old 08-23-2011, 09:37 AM   #21
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Unfortunatelly an American liverwurst is nothing like the one you get in Russian stores. Russian one is very soft and tender. I really cannot describe the difference.
ever had mother goose brand liverwurst, charlied?
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:38 AM   #22
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Unfortunatelly an American liverwurst is nothing like the one you get in Russian stores. Russian one is very soft and tender. I really cannot describe the difference.
We get German Liverwurst here. Haven't seen Russian but I'll look for it :)
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:59 AM   #23
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We get German Liverwurst here. Haven't seen Russian but I'll look for it :)

are you having liverwurst or the german braunscweiger, snip? i like the braunscweiger better because of its extra smokey sweet flavor and natural casing. of course, german-made liverwurst itself must be enviably good!
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Old 08-23-2011, 11:06 AM   #24
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Why thank you CharlieD, I will try liverwurst since it's available here
I'm not partial to horse meat though and bear is not something I think I'll find or try but liverwurst sounds good.
My favorite way to eat liverwurst is to slice a tomato about an inch thick, then put about half that much liverwurst on top of it, salt and pepper and gobble it up! OMG, what a treat for the mouth! To eat it on the go, I just put the same thing between two slices of homemade bread with some mayo! 5 Nums on the Num Meter!
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Old 08-23-2011, 11:42 AM   #25
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My favorite way to eat liverwurst is to slice a tomato about an inch thick, then put about half that much liverwurst on top of it, salt and pepper and gobble it up! OMG, what a treat for the mouth! To eat it on the go, I just put the same thing between two slices of homemade bread with some mayo! 5 Nums on the Num Meter!
Sounds num num Timmo!
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Old 08-23-2011, 11:44 AM   #26
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are you having liverwurst or the german braunscweiger, snip? i like the braunscweiger better because of its extra smokey sweet flavor and natural casing. of course, german-made liverwurst itself must be enviably good!
We have both, haven't tried either yet but I will try the Braunscweiger as you suggested :) Thanks V!
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Old 08-23-2011, 12:12 PM   #27
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ever had mother goose brand liverwurst, charlied?
Yeap.
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We get German Liverwurst here. Haven't seen Russian but I'll look for it :)
German actually should be good.
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German actually should be good.
I'm sure it is thanks, all my favourites are German meats so far!
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Russians live on cold cuts. Any russian store, here, has at least 20-30 different kinds of smoked salamies, sauseges, meats, hot dogs, etc, etc.

so do poles. in my neighborhood, there are more types of cured pork than you can imagine!!! i was blown away the first time i went into a local polish deli for "boiled ham" cold cuts. they kinda chuckled at me and asked what i meant by that. there were literally dozens and dozens of types of hams, from all different parts of that magical animal.

ok snip, see if you can get guanciale, or cured pig's cheek. one of my faves, along with bresaola.
think of bresaola as prosciutto, but made from beef.

and thanks jpg for the germanic translation. i have a hard time finding bresaola even in the italian section of my area, so another way to search will be a big help.
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