Servelade-Würstel are already a classic under the fine-grained boiled sausages. Our Servelade is produced of high-quality veal and pork and is filled in physical pig's bowel. It tastes best of all warmly, grilled or in fine discs cut as a sausage salad with onions.
The South Tyrolean "Rehwurzen" (smoked sausages of roe deer and pork meat) Villgrater are produced of 60% of roe deer meat and 40% of pork, are mildly smoked and refined with juniper, spicy in the taste.
The South Tyrolean wild boar's salami Villgrater is produced of 60% of wild boar's meat and 40% of pork, is dried mildly spicy with a light red wine mark and afterwards in home mountain air. The wild boar's salami belongs to the particular specialities of the butcher's shop Villgrater!
This high-quality product the Villgrater - Sexten butcher's shop is made only selected pork legs, which are mildly smoked and seasoned according to old tradition, dry-salted and stored in the local Sesto mountain air for at least 6 months.
Veal sausages have also found in the South Tyrolean kitchen their firm place and are generated after Old-Bavarian recipe. Traditionally it is enough to warm up the veal sausages in hot water and to serve with sweet mustard and a lye pretzel. In addition a Bavarian wheat beer tastes especially well. However, they also enrich records with "cooked Mixed" and Bozner sauce.
Decent and home-made wild boar ragout of the butcher's shop Villgrater, simply warm up and put about the cooked pasta (spaghetti, penne or any kind of noodles), polenta, Crostini or on the rice.. After opening it, put in refrigerator and consume within less days.
This tender, fine classic under the sausage products is produced, as a Viennese or Frankfurt Würstel. As an easy, warm intermeal or as an ingredient for lenses and beans courts, as a pizza layer or crowds mixed - Würstel fit to the most different companions.
Small but good. Many stories surround the creation of these little delicacies. In the Middle Ages, for example, it is said that innkeepers used to make particularly small sausages, which they could sell to their customers through the keyhole after the premises had officially closed. Even Goethe, the 'prince of poets', is said to have fallen in love with the delicate pork, salt, pepper and marjoram sausages, so much so that he had them sent by post to Weimar.
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