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Evidence suggests that the famous Berlin currywurst - a dish of sliced and grilled pork sausage with a sauce consisting of ketchup and curry powder - could not have been invented without...

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Evidence suggests that the famous Berlin currywurst - a dish of sliced and grilled pork sausage with a sauce consisting of ketchup and curry powder - could not have been invented without the presence of British soldiers in the German city after the Second World War. The Local reports that the snack was first created on September 4th 1949 in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, on the junction of Kantstraße and Kaiser-Friedrich-Straße by the German woman Herta Heuwer. At the time, the area was under the control of the British. In the post-war period, Allied soldiers were introducing new foods and eating habits to Germany, such as the Americans eating tomato ketchup with steak, which was adapted to eating sausage with ketchup. Curry powder was brought over by the British. According to the Currywurst Museum, Frau Heuwer traded with British soldiers for the key ingredients of ketchup and curry powder.

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Publié le 2/05/2017

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