Fuet is called llonganissa in Valencia and longaniza in Spain generally. It’s a dry, cured, thin pork sausage in intestine or similar. The nearest equivalent Rohwurst I can think of is Landjäger. If you hand over your five euros, then don’t eat all four sausages at once–a proverb in Baretti’s 1794 dictionary says there are more days than sausages, más días hay que longanizas. (On this walk.)
- San Longino, ibero
Una explicación racionalista de la Resurrección y Ascensión de Nuestro Señor.
- Sausage sourcing as an index of international cultural and political orientation
The cases of Spain and Holland.
- Origins of the Flashman-Gully-Bismarck boxing scene
Sounds like MacDonald Fraser sourced it from a Phil-Alfie (Price)-Kaiser Bill incident in Devon. It’s fiction’s loss that GMF didn’t discover the Sausage Duel:
As a cofounder and member of the liberal party (Deutsche Fortschrittspartei) [Rudolf Virchow] was a leading political antagonist of Bismarck. He was opposed to Bismarck’s excessive military budget, which angered Bismarck sufficiently
- Notes on Franfurk
German sausages commonly arouse Spanish bar owners to orthographical orgasm, but this is perhaps the most beautiful, and at first sight most puzzling spelling of Frankfurt in the peninsula:
No time to inquire her ancestry of the lady at this magnificent tapas bar in the Creueta del Coll park, Barcelona, but one suspects the Dread …