Crossword clues for mett
alt. an old English measure of volume, perhaps equal to two bushels. n. an old English measure of volume, perhaps equal to two bushels.
Mett is a preparation of minced raw pork that is popular in Germany and Poland, but is also commonly eaten in Belgium and the Netherlands. The name originates from mett, either meaning "chopped pork meat without bacon", or the Old Saxonmeti, meaning "food". It is normally served with salt and black pepper, and sometimes with garlic, caraway or chopped onion, and eaten raw, usually on a bread roll. At a buffet it is sometimes served as a mettigel (mett hedgehog). it is also sold in the form of Mettwurst, a spicy, raw sausage, often smoked. In Germany, laws require that no more than 35% of the mett is constituted by fat.
Usage examples of "mett".
Spanyerdes in London that a man shoulde have mett in the stretes for one Inglisheman above iiij Spanyerdes, to the great discomfort of the Inglishe nation.
Wee mett att y House off Mordicai Campanell and after synagog gave Abram Moses the degrees of Maconrie.
Sheriff Jim Metts and Undersheriff Lew McCarty, were both National Academy graduates.