#1
Is there a special name for the sauce that goes on? I had it in Germany, it was like ketchup but a bit sweeter and it tasted amazing!

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EDIT: Can you buy curry ketchup in England?

EDIT 2: How can I make the sauce from scratch?
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#2
curry ketchup its not quite red and tangy and awesome.
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#4
You buy ketchup and then some mild curry powder. Mix the two (or put the powder in with the sausages when you are frying them)
#5
i think it's schaschlik.

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was tut dieses Mittel?
für die Leute, die wundern, i don' t sprechen wirklich Deutsches. ich benutzte babelfish.
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was tut dieses Mittel?
für die Leute, die wundern, i don' t sprechen wirklich Deutsches. ich benutzte babelfish.

I was just quoting a funny TV ad i saw once in germany. It was a little fat kis singing about how he wants his 'beefy'. Is now a meme at my school, along with 'Ach! Meine handie!' (referring to mobile phone going off)
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#13
Currywurst ist gut, aber ich iss es nicht mehr. Also dieee...sause ist gut mit pommes.
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#18
Some people really need to learn the verb formations...

But on topic, when I make currywurst I fry my bratwurst and sprinkle mild curry powder in while i'm doing it.

A really nice side: Get potatoes and chop up into small pieces maybe 1cm by 1cm. Get some bacon lardons (small chopped up pieces of bacon). Mix the two and fry these.

Put bratwursts and potato/bacon on plate. Smother in ketchup. Enjoy
#19
Yes, there is a sauce, it translates to "curry sauce". If you don't know what curry is, it's a kind of spice, usually pale orange-yellow. THe sauce is a mixture of curry and ketchup along with some other ingredients. It's ****ing delicious.
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#20
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^^oh ja, sehr lang. was über Sie?


Something about sausages?

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Yes, there is a sauce, it translates to "curry sauce". If you don't know what curry is, it's a kind of spice, usually pale orange-yellow. THe sauce is a mixture of curry and ketchup along with some other ingredients. It's ****ing delicious.



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#21
supergerbil -- Yerrr, I've lived here for 14 years and am pretty much fluent but I never learned past rly basic grammar b.c. Germans don't bother with anything beyond that either.
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#22
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If you go down south, get some Gelbwurst (yellow sausage) and make a sarnie. It is so good!


I'm going to Nurnberg for Rock im Park. I might buy a bottle of that sauce before we head to the festival, just in case they don't sell anything like it there!
#23
[quote=""[It's Alex"]"]supergerbil -- Yerrr, I've lived here for 14 years and am pretty much fluent but I never learned past rly basic grammar b.c. Germans don't bother with anything beyond that either.

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#24
I had so many expensive meals when I was in Berlin, and the currywurst I bought from a little stall beat them all by miles.
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#25
I went there a couple of years back now, and the currywurst you buy from little stands were always the best. I came back to the UK with a couple of bottles of the sauce, several bottles of Schwip Schwap (spelling?) basically orange and coke before coca cola did it, and a good litre of Jagermeister...
#26
Is it like the curry sauce I can get down me local chippy?

Guilty pleasure. I would bath in that stuff, jus for the lulz ya know.
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Something about sausages?




oh crap, apparently was über Sie means what over it. damn you, Babelfish !
. ****, that probably came across awkwardly . i meant to say 'what about you ? '
#28
How can I make the sauce from scratch?
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#29
[quote=""[It's Alex"]"]supergerbil -- Yerrr, I've lived here for 14 years and am pretty much fluent but I never learned past rly basic grammar b.c. Germans don't bother with anything beyond that either.

Really? My german teacher goes crazy over pathetic little things. I thought the germans would be just like him
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oh crap, apparently was über Sie means what over it. damn you, Babelfish !
. ****, that probably came across awkwardly . i meant to say 'what about you ? '

"was über Sie" literally means "what about you", but nobody would say it that way. Rather you would use something like "Und was ist mir dir?", "Und du?" or "Was denkst du?".

EDIT: Or "Ihnen/Sie" in the polite form.
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A really nice side: Get potatoes and chop up into small pieces maybe 1cm by 1cm. Get some bacon lardons (small chopped up pieces of bacon). Mix the two and fry these.

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Ab und zu, kocht meine Oma Bratkartoffeln mit Speck weil es einfach und schnell zu kochen ist. Es schmeckt wunderbar.

Ugh I've so failed german AS, stupid teacher left a few months ago and he was rubbish anyways. But we were left with suply teachers who couldnt speak german D:
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#32
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Das ist prima!
Ab und zu, kocht meine Oma Bratkartoffeln mit Speck weil es einfach und schnell zu kochen ist. Es schmeckt wunderbar.

Ugh I've so failed german AS, stupid teacher left a few months ago and he was rubbish anyways. But we were left with suply teachers who couldnt speak german D:

There seems to be nothing wrong with your German except for a tendency to place commas according to English grammar.
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Das ist prima!
Ab und zu, kocht meine Oma Bratkartoffeln mit Speck weil es einfach und schnell zu kochen ist. Es schmeckt wunderbar.

Ugh I've so failed german AS, stupid teacher left a few months ago and he was rubbish anyways. But we were left with suply teachers who couldnt speak german D:

That german seems fine, so why have you failed?

I didn't know the word Bratkartoffeln, so it's something-potato.Is the brat from BRATkartoffeln is the same brat as BRATwurst?
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That german seems fine, so why have you failed?

I didn't know the word Bratkartoffeln, so it's something-potato.Is the brat from BRATkartoffeln is the same brat as BRATwurst?

Yeah, Brat generally means fried, I think.

I'm rubbish at remembering vocabulary, I had to look up a few words before I typed that sentance. It's probably my bigest let down on the oral exam, knowing what I wanted to say but I didn't know the words I needed. Also, with the writing question on the exam paper, I couldn't answer it in english, let alone german.
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#36
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Yeah, Brat generally means fried, I think.

I'm rubbish at remembering vocabulary, I had to look up a few words before I typed that sentance. It's probably my bigest let down on the oral exam, knowing what I wanted to say but I didn't know the words I needed. Also, with the writing question on the exam paper, I couldn't answer it in english, let alone german.


Oh, do you like german though?

I didn't wan't to do it as a GCSE but the school made it compulsary