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fried bologna sandwitch

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  1. finger

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    For those of you who have asked. Either raw or fried is fine but a proper bologna sandwich is made from the following:

    White bread,Bologna, butter, peanut butter, honey. The bread can be toasted or fresh. If honey is not available either grape jam or strawberry preserves can be substituted. Good seeded Rye bread also works but is non traditional.

    If your sweet tooth is not acting up then it is white bread, bologna, good cheese (your choice) a bit of lettuce, butter and last but not least Durkees Famous Sauce.

    I grew up on bologna with peanut butter and honey. Never did fry the stuff when I was a kid. Makes me hungry thinking about it. I just had some ring bologna (cooked on the grill) for lunch sans bread and peanut butter tho. bob finger
     
  2. bigbore613

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    Glad to see you made it through the winter Bob, Hope all is well. I love Bologna fried well with onions fried well with scrambled eggs for Breakfast!! Jeff
     
  3. mike b.

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    Forget all the sweet stuff and put some 3/4 " slices of vine ripened tomatoes on it. Heaven!
     
  4. gotbass

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    bologna, catsup and toasted raisen bread. Alway grossed out the guy I was fishing with, never get soggy and mmmmgoood.
     
  5. mizzou

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    Bologna, white bread, yellow mustard..No need to fry it that I know of..Mizzou
     
  6. School Teacher

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    I believe that Tom T. Hall had a song about a prisoner eating fried bologna and gravy fixed by the jailer’s wife three times a day. After about a month, he got to looking forward to it.
     
  7. starship

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    He also started thinking the jailers wife didn't look as bad as he first thought.
     
  8. Onceabum

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    "A Week in a Country Jail." Hot Balony, eggs and gravy. I'm listening to it right now.
     
  9. DTrykow

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    For Breakfast: Fried Bologna with pancakes. Pancakes are dry but I put the Syrup on the Bologna. For Lunch: Fried Bologna (crispy) with Let, Tom, Cheese, DRY on Fresh Wonder Bread. Can't beat it. I'm a Lefty thats half Polish, half Italian. Dave T.
     
  10. djpk69

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    GOOD GRIEF.......what's in bologna????........isn't it just "PARTS".
     
  11. 22hornet

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    How about a Pennsylvania oddity....Lebanon bologna. Lebanon, chedder cheese, brown mustard, white bread.....umm....good.

    There must be some Pennsylvanians in the central San Joaquin Valley besides me. The Vons store in Visalia sells Seltzers Lebanon Bologna. It helps with the homesickness.
     
  12. MGeslock

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    Fried. Must be cut in thirds. Not all the way. American cheese. DUKES mayo!
    White bread....Wonder if you have it!
     
  13. bigbore613

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    White Oak steak, it does a body good !!!
     
  14. RBur

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    Harlan Campbell turned me on to Fried Bologna Sandwichs with Onions and Mayo.

    I believe the main ingredents are Tits,Tails & Touchholes.

    Ron Burdick
     
  15. finger

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    Dixie Special: You gave away the secret to my second favorite meal. Liverworst and Onion on Rye. I put honey on that one too, rather than mustard but will eat it with mustard if that is how it comes.

    I know I'm crazy but I also like fried Spam and eggs for breakfast.

    Those of you who ask, Bologna is nothing more than hot dogs in a bigger casing with some other spices, or not, depending on your supplier. If you ever get the opportunity to see it made be prepared to not want to eat it for at least a month unless you were raised on a farm and killed your own hogs. I used to drive by the Oscar Mayer plant in Madison Wi almost every day...the aroma was something else. Then a few blocks further down and the bread company aroma made you really hungry for a sandwich.

    Lebanon and its cousin Sweet Lebanon are very different. Excellent in their own right but very different.

    Now if you want to become an expert go to Pennsylvania, or Wisconsin, and buy Bologna from different makers and compare. Also compare ring bologna (my favorite) to the sandwich variety we all buy from Oscar Mayer. When you are done there find a good german sausage maker and ask for some Mettwurst. I'd rather eat that than a good rare fine aged steak. bob finger
     
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    Best ever bologna sandwich is at South Boston Speedway, South Boston, VA. Big thick chunk of bologna, thick slice of red onion, grilled on a soft bun.
     
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    Zwiegles all beef, sliced .075 to .125 thick, cut in half & fried. Fresh french bread sliced hoagie style. French's mustard, stacked .375 to .5" thick. Cheese optional. Heaven...

    Gary
     
  18. pendennis

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    Taystee white bread, five medium slices fried, Miracle Whip on the bread, Cheetos, bread and butter pickles, Barq's Cream Soda (or Big Red). Topped off with a package of Hostess Cupcakes.

    Doesn't get any better.

    Best,
    Dennis
     
  19. Onceabum

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    Bologna = Lips and A$$holes...but good!
     
  20. Pull & Mark

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    The trick to cooking good fried bologna is to cut from the center out to end and throw on grill. When its cooked it will look like a pizza with a slice removed. Cook up 4 slices with cheese and throw on a some toasted bread. Its soooooo goooooddd. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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