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Witch's hair and worms 1 packet of spaghetti Black and green food colouring Baby Frankfurter sausages Whole black peppercorns 1 Cook the spaghetti according to pack instructions and then split between two plastic boxes.
Eight stalls: Astrid Raadschelders in front of her original German Frankfurter Sausage stall in the German Market in Birmingham
Number one: You couldn't buy a famous Frankfurter sausage after a few beers for love nor money anywhere.
A STATUE has been erected in Frankfurt in memory of German Johann Georg Lahner, the man who invented the Frankfurter sausage in 1805.
The Schiller Panino contains frankfurter sausage, cheese, onions, German mustard and whisky while the Wu Wu Panino boasts frankfurter, pancetta, ketchup and rum.
A A BUTCHER from Frankfurt who owned a dachshund named the long frankfurter sausage after his dog.
Sullivan is by World as the struck times by The ranger from who 1983 aged hit seven between 1977 but them all He recalled: "I got a load of finger rolls and cut them down the middle and I went to get the frankfurter sausages, which were boiling in a metal saucepan, to put inside.
Sullivan is by World as the struck times by The from who 1983 aged hit seven between 1977 but them all He recalled: "I got a load of finger rolls and cut them down the middle and I went to get the frankfurter sausages, which were boiling in a metal saucepan, to put inside.
Sullivan is by World as the struck times by The from who 1983 aged hit seven between He recalled: "I got a load of finger rolls and cut them down the middle and I went to get the frankfurter sausages, which were boiling in a metal saucepan, to put inside.
Frankfurter sausages vary, from manufacturer to manufacturer, in many aspects, namely in terms of their composition, physicochemical characteristics, background flora, processing technology and organoleptic characteristics.
The individual platters that arrived on each table consisted on lamb chops, frankfurter sausages, shish taouk (bite-size chicken breast pieces that had spent the night luxuriating in a lowfat, Middle Eastern marinade before being skewered) and a slab of beef tenderloin.