Saturday, September 27, 2008

Cue The Music, Maestro

Who's Making A Song And Dance, Then?

An organic sausage maker in Germany is playing classical music to his bangers to improve the quality. The Tegut nature food company employs a string quartet playing Mozart and Beethoven to the sausages on Sunday mornings. Wolfgang Gutberlet says the soothing music makes the meat taste even better.

FOOTNOTE: Bach ache.

9 comments:

The Egel Nest said...

Alternate Footnote:

More Bang for your Buck...

Bradley
The Egel Nest

Bear Naked said...

I wonder how they would taste if he were to play Rap music to his sausages.

Bear((( )))

Dumdad said...

The Sausage Symphony by Mozart was little known but was said by those who heard it to be in very good taste .....

74WIXYgrad said...

I wonder what effect polka music would have. Probably make them taste like either bratwurst or keilbasa.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I have not heard of this serenade the sausage before. It is something just happening? Music doesn't make chickens lay more but light does so they monumental laying houses are never dark. Cows like music when being milked.

Neva said...

I understand the cows milking better but I am missing the point with an inanimate object! funny post!

Sandi McBride said...

Does he play the music for them before they become meat? Sort of an execution of a recital?
Sandi

Shrinky said...

I always suspected they put ears and crap in those things.

ps. I'm taking a little break from blogging, but I'll be back soon. x

Merisi said...

I am sure all that stretching and swirling contributes something to the tenderness of the meat too! I'd bet that Strauss waltzes would give even better results. ;-)