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Oktoberfest Sausages

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Tis the Season! Where would I find the very best version in the city to cook at home?

Anywhere in the Toronto area.

Thanks!

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  1. Brandt Meats in Mississauga is tough to beat. Great selection of hyper-fresh wurst at their factory store.

    1. Gaucho at the St. Lawrence Market. They have a fine selection of all kinds of sausages. Haven't had one I didn't like. They are in the north market, Saturdays only.

      1. I've had the White Sausages (the kind you eat with sweet mustard) from Cheese Boutique in the west end before. Yum!

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        1. re: Sinfulia

          Thanks for the responses. I found out that Octoberfest sausages are really Bratwurst sausages.

          Does anybody have a place for Bratwurst?

          1. re: deelicious

            Really? I thought Octoberfest sausages were weisswurst. <confused>

            1. re: Davedigger

              I am confused too. I did a bunch of searching online and see that it really depends on who you ask...

              I just want a great german sausage that will suit most tastes!

              :)

              1. re: Davedigger

                And I thought they were Beerwurst

                1. re: duckdown

                  Weisswurst is the sausage traditionally served at "Weisn," though other types can be served as well.

          2. Well, in case it's worth anything, I'm German, and I highly recommend the bratwurst at White House Meats. Yum!

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            1. re: Full tummy

              DONE! Thanks tummy!

              1. re: deelicious

                My mom always fried them till they were sizzling and brown; make sure you have some German mustard to go with...

                Of course, grilling would be great, too.

            2. I saw both bratwurst and octoberfest sausauges at European Meats & Sausage in Kensington market yesterday.