The Wurst of Times

A short post about food.

This week I attended a conference in Myrtle Beach, and was able to visit one of my favorite restaurants for the first time in several years.

I’m glad to see they survived Covid.

I was slightly worried things may have changed in the three years since I was there, but I ordered a favorite:

Jägerschnitzel – “breaded pork Wiener schnitzel served in mushroom gravy with Spätzle & res cabbage”

The meal came with brown bread and a house salad

And I paired it with a nice Warsteiner lager

On the way home, we stopped at a New York-style deli.

When I was a young child, we once went out to eat after church and I was told I could order whatever I wanted. I ordered a liverwurst sandwich.

And that’s exactly what I ordered now:

The “East Side, West Side” came with 1/3 lb of liverwurst on a toasted onion roll with slices of red onion. It was delicious.

One thought on “The Wurst of Times

  1. I’m in the Boston area and I can’t think of a single German restaurant.
    I think a lot of German immigrants toned down their ethnicity on occasion!
    My grand father was from Alsace. On Census forms their family was German, except when there was a war and then they listed as French.

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