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Weck, Worscht un Woi

Rheinfränkische Mundarts-Bezeichnung (also short "WWW") for a meal popular in Germany (especially in the growing areas of Pfalz, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Hessische Bergstraße), where a "Weck" (roll) with cold "Worscht" (sausage) is eaten and "Woi" (wine) is drunk with it. It is a traditional snack during the grape harvest or other work in the vineyard. The "Weck" is usually understood to be the "Paarweck" (double roll) (in Austria it is called Laibchen). In the Palatinate this can also be a wine gnarl, a roll made of rye flour. In the Schillerstraße in Mainz, there is a stone embedded in the ground, with whose inscription a carnival association has, so to speak, secured a permanent place for the Rose Monday procession. The inscription reads (see also under Customs in viticulture):

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