Krakauer sausages are long sausages made densely packed with finely-ground pork.
They are smoked, and sold pre-cooked.
The sausage can be served in many ways, including fried whole or sliced, or served cold, sliced.
Street vendors in Germany sell them fried, with a roll and mustard on the side.
The sausage originated in Poland.
Krakau is the German name for Krakow, Poland.