Re: [Slovak-World] State holiday
- At 07:19 PM 2/1/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>Actually a most appropriate greeting for 2 February is "Happy Ham SaladAre you speaking of Masticated Marmot day? Maintaining a Slovak connection
>Day" or "Happy Minced Ham Day" ...................
>geddit ... Minced Ham/ Ham Salad ---- ground hog
the date in Slovakia would be observed as Hromnice (Candlemas) or
maintaining the American connection "Majte sa s^t'asny Svis^t' Den~" alebo
"Majte sa s^t'asny Pôda-Svin~a Den~". ;-)
- bratwurst is of german origin, and Wisconsin is famous for its Bratwurst and german butcher shops. Every time I travel to California, I have to lug tens of pounds of this sausage with me, or suffer a fate worse than death from friends and relatives awaiting its arrival.
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- I hope the answer to your question is that 'bratwurst' is German or
grill sausage. I would hate to think that Slovak 'bratwurst' would
translate to 'brother sausage'.
Now as long as I am picking on the Germans, they also sesell cutlets
from Vienese, from Gypsies and Hunters. When they will run out of
people from these three groups I cannot guess - but it keeps the
poulation down! (Wienerschnitzel, Zigeunerschnitzel and
I am happy enough that we have Bratislava - city of beautiful
brothers. Every time I see referemce to the town of Velky Kapusany
in eeastern Slovakia, I think of the town of the "great cabbage".
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "theoldpro" <theoldpro@n...>
> Hello Tony P,
> Tony, I guess you like Bratwurst? Right?
> Is Bratwurst a Polish, Slovak, or German sausage?