The wurst way to turn your kids into vegans…
Blog Guy, our family is going to Berlin for a vacation. Are there any museums we don’t want to miss?
Excuse me, Blog Guy, but that isn’t a penis, it’s a German national dish. According to these captions, this is a museum devoted to Curry Wurst – hot pork sausage seasoned with ketchup and curry powder.
Ewwwwww! Then I take back my advice to bring your small kids. They shouldn’t see something like curry wurst at a young age.
Oh, I don’t know. The museum tells about all varieties of the dish, even Luxury Sausage, “for the very special moments in life, curry wurst with gold leaf, served with champagne.”
Oh right. Nothing says luxury like a pimped-up sausage. Try saying this to your girlfriend: “Honey, I won the national lottery today, so tonight it’s gold leaf curry wurst and bubbly! Honey? Honey?”
Above: A person dressed as a curry wurst mascot poses outside the entrance to the newly opened Curry Wurst Museum in Berlin, August 13, 2009.
Left: A display case shows a selection of curry sausage dishes, at the newly-opened museum. Curry Wurst is a German national dish that consists of a hot pork sausage seasoned with tomato ketchup and curry powder, and served with chips or bread rolls.
REUTERS photos by Tobias Schwarz