Origin of bratwurstGerman from Old High German from brato, lean meat (akin to Old English bræde, meat) + wurst, sausage
a highly seasoned, fresh sausage of veal and pork, made in links resembling large frankfurters and usually grilled or fried
A small sausage of highly seasoned fresh pork, usually served fried.
Origin of bratwurstGerman from Middle High German brātwurst from Old High German brāto meat ; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots. wurst sausage ; see wurst .
- A small pork sausage, usually served fried.
- Yesterday there was bratwurst for dinner.
- The beirgarten indoor and outdoor menu includes bratwurst, knockwurst, Sauerkraut, potato pancakes and pretzels.
- The menu varies and includes bratwurst, knockwurst, Bavarian meatloaf (fleischkkase), schnitzel and even some American dishes like mac & cheese, cheeseburger sliders, French fries and onion rings.
- Bratwurst, schnitzel and beer are common staples in German Cuisine.
- German specialties include goulash, sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel,and breaded pork loin as well as a selection of sausages: bratwurst, knockwurst, bauernwurst and weisswurst.
- Lunch and dinner menus feature all things German from bratwurst, potato pancakes, krautburger, schnitzel, and steak to homemade cheesecakes and tortes.