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Weck, Worscht and Woi

Rheinfränkische Mundarts designation (also short "WWW") for a popular in Germany (especially in the cultivation areas Pfalz, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Hessian mountain road) meal, in which a "wake" (bread) with cold "worscht" (sausage) eaten and "Woi" (wine drunk) It is a traditional snack at the vintage or other work in the vineyard. The "wake-up" is usually understood as the "couple-wake" (double-roll) (in Austria it is said to be a loafer). This can also be done in the Palatinate Weinknorzen be, a roll of rye flour. In the Mainzer Schillerstraße there is a stone embedded in the ground, with its inscription a Carnival Association has secured a permanent place for the Rosenmontagszug, so to speak. The inscription reads (see also under Customs in viticulture ):

Let's just clear the space here, the Rose Monday train.
On Fachtacht we are there, with bottles and jug
and want to wake up u. Worscht and Woi, fidel and really foolish soi.

Weck, Worscht and Woi

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