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Definition of Cervelat

Cervelat
Cervelat Cer"ve*lat, n. [F.] (Mus.) An ancient wind instrument, resembling the bassoon in tone.

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- Cervelat, also cervelas, servelat or zervelat, is a sausage produced in Switzerland, France (especially Alsace and Lyon) and parts of Germany. The recipe...
- Birmingham. In 1915, Hormel began selling dry sausages under the names of Cedar Cervelat, Holsteiner and Noxall Salami. Hormel products began appearing in national...
- Thuringian sausage. In North America, the term Thuringer refers to Thuringer cervelat, a type of smoked semi-dry sausage similar to summer sausage. It is made...
- salchichón, chorizo, longaniza, fuet, chistorra, and other types of embutido. Cervelat Thuringer Salami Saucisson List of smoked foods  Food portal Dennis Buege;...
- are sliced in crisscross fashion before cooking, producing a distinctive cervelat-style "curled-x" shape as the dog cooks. Some hot dog stands, such as the...
- sausage Battered Bologna Botifarra Bratwurst Braunschweiger Brühwurst Cervelat ****berland Falukorv Gelbwurst Hot dog variations vegetarian Lincolnshire...
- emulsifiers and are always cooked. They will not keep long. Examples include cervelat, Jagdwurst, and Weißwurst. Precooked sausages (Kochwurst) are made with...
- most Swiss cities. A St. Galler bratwurst, schüblig and cervelat, all cooked and served hot Cervelat Culinary Heritage of Switzerland List of sausages  Food...
- pudding Falukorv Fläskkorv Isterband Potatiskorv Prinskorv Knake (sausage) Cervelat Schüblig St. Galler bratwurst Landjäger Saucisse de choux Saucisson Vaudois...
- Netherlands, the most po****r Dutch products are finely chopped salami, Cervelat, Snijworst (with high fat content and rind added), Boerenmetworst (which...
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