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I also got 6 different kinds of wurst: bratwurst, knockwurst, liverwurst, course bratwurst, rostbratwurst, and bauernwurst. Don’t ask me to explain the difference, I think it all has to do with the intensity of the seasonings. I think my favorite was the rostbratwurst, a caraway spiced pork and veal sausage. The liverwurst was unbelievable. It was like a delicious pate that people pay twice as much for elsewhere. We polished ½ a pound off in a sitting, with crackers and red onion. I need more. I need more now.
Go, check it out, the place is a trip all things German such as candy, magazines and CDs. The people there are so friendly. They will let you sample almost anything. It’s clear they are proud of their shop. Next time, I’m going try the black forest ham (imported) and the smoke pork chops (and, of course, get more liverwurst).
Karl’s Sausage Kitchen
142 Broadway (Northbound side of Rt. 1)