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English translation: tender wiener(for barbecue or barbecued)

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German term or phrase:Mettgriller im zarten Saitling
English translation:tender wiener(for barbecue or barbecued)
Entered by: Johanna Timm, PhD
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13:34 Jul 27, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Mettgriller im zarten Saitling
Mettgriller im zarten Saitling
translator
tender wiener(for barbecue or barbecued)
Explanation:
Saitling is the sausage skin, in this case a very tender one!
See:Die Nummer 1 unter den Naturdärmen hinsichtlich Wert und
Konsum. Anfrage. Die Qualitäten ergeben sich maßgeblich durch: ...
www.rapag.com/deutsch/produkt/saitling.
I would translate Mettgriller simply as * wiener*, there are many varieties of German Bratwurst(containing Mett= pork/beef mixture). In Canada, many people also use the term bratwurst when referring to any kind of barbecued sausage.
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Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 07:25
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natender wiener(for barbecue or barbecued)
Johanna Timm, PhD


  

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tender wiener(for barbecue or barbecued)


Explanation:
Saitling is the sausage skin, in this case a very tender one!
See:Die Nummer 1 unter den Naturdärmen hinsichtlich Wert und
Konsum. Anfrage. Die Qualitäten ergeben sich maßgeblich durch: ...
www.rapag.com/deutsch/produkt/saitling.
I would translate Mettgriller simply as * wiener*, there are many varieties of German Bratwurst(containing Mett= pork/beef mixture). In Canada, many people also use the term bratwurst when referring to any kind of barbecued sausage.


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Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 07:25
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