Ringelweck refers to a snack from Saarland, Germany which is prepared with Lyoner in the traditional "Ringel-Form" (ring-form). It is a roll in Lyonerform filled/topped with Lyoner sausage and vegetables such as sliced tomatoes and lettuce. It may be serve as breakfst food or as a snack and even for lunch.

Lyoner also called as Pork Bologna is one of Saarland'd favorite food. It is served and usually eaten with potatoes, another Saarland's favorite. Potatoe dishes served with Lyoner are:  Kerschdscher - raw potato cubes fried in hot lard and the Potato Salad called Grumbeersalat in Saarland (potato salad with mustard and a roll, among others.

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