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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 4:18 PM
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On the West Coast we call it Pickle Loaf and it's only available along with Olive Loaf at Albertson's.  The other grocery stores don't carry it.  (Or Pimento Cheese)
 
I love a good fried bologna sandwich with mustard. No sweet pickles and if the onions are strong, just a couple will do.
 
I had the butcher cut me two 1/2 inch slices of stick bologna and it cost $5.00!  That's no cheap baloney!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 4:22 PM
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I have never had a problem in finding pickle loaf at any of the local grocers!  Vons, Albertsons and Ralphs all carry it here!  It used to be one of my favorite lunch meats to eat as a kid.
As to the Fried Bologna sandwiches........  Yumyyyyy
I go to Wal-mart to buy my Bologna as in the deli dept. they slice it as thick or as thin as you want!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 4:27 PM
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mar52


On the West Coast we call it Pickle Loaf and it's only available along with Olive Loaf at Albertson's.  The other grocery stores don't carry it.  (Or Pimento Cheese)

I love a good fried bologna sandwich with mustard. No sweet pickles and if the onions are strong, just a couple will do.

I had the butcher cut me two 1/2 inch slices of stick bologna and it cost $5.00!  That's no cheap baloney!

Real, homemade pimento cheese is a thing to behold and eat!! In the southeast, it's a staple!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 5:53 PM
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Today I picked up a pound of Merkley German Bologna .25" thick and fried up a slice, It was fantastic. I used a smear of horseradish mustard and some white bread.
 

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 6:37 PM
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I wonder how Lebanon Bologna would be as a Fried Bologna?
Anyone done it?
I'll have to give it a try!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 6:50 PM
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Foodbme


I wonder how Lebanon Bologna would be as a Fried Bologna?
Anyone done it?
I'll have to give it a try!

I love it just as it is.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 6:50 PM
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Answered my own Question:
SELTZER'S PA Dutch Sizzler Sandwich
Seltzer's Lebanon Bologna (any variety, sliced thick or thin to your liking)
Large sandwich buns
Slices of cheese
Honey mustard

Place bologna on a hot grill, frying pan or griddle.  Cook 1 1/2 minutes, turn the slices and cook an additional 1 1/2 minutes.   Melt cheese on top.  Spread buns with mustard.  Place the bologna slices on sandwich buns.  You may also add tomato slices, lettuce, pickles, onions and any of your favorite sandwich fixings. 
http://www.seltzerslebanon.com/recipes.html 
 
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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 7:21 PM
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If the people who own G & R Tavern were smart, They would let their meat packing company market the bologna under the "G & R Tavern" trademark & License.
They would make more money doing that then selling sandwiches & beer.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Sat, 08/25/12 8:33 PM
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Foodbme

I wonder how Lebanon Bologna would be as a Fried Bologna?
Anyone done it?
I'll have to give it a try!

I love it just as it is.

I do Too but don'tcha ever want to move out of your comfort zone like the first person to eat an oyster????

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 6:10 AM
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If you really want some good Bolonga , try Zeigler's bolonga which is made right here in Tuscaloosa,  Alabama. I like it for breakfast with eggs and rice. Also makes great sandwiches, and comes cut regular or thick.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 11:33 AM
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Just tried it with Lebanon, as I had gotten some from the outlet in Palmyra. Great!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 1:27 PM
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I've never heard of Lebanon Bologna.  Now I have something new to try.  Hope I can find it here.
 
Thanks!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 1:41 PM
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Even better with Amish swiss cheese

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 1:52 PM
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I have had it before and it tastes NOTHING like Bologna!  In fact it's more like sliced Salami if anything!
 


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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 3:04 PM
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iluvcfood


I have had it before and it tastes NOTHING like Bologna!  In fact it's more like sliced Salami if anything!



That's correct! It's supposed to taste like a Salami.
That's the way Bologna is supposed to be made! 
Bologna sausage's name originated from the sausages originally made in Bologna, Italy.
What do they also make in Italy?----- Salami!!!
So, Lebanon Bologna is closer to the original sausages made in Bologna Italy.
It deserves the name Bologna more than that imitation junk made by Oscar Meyer, Boars Head and others which is nowhere near as close as Lebanon Bologna is to the original bologna made in Bologna, Italy. 
So---- if you think the stuff you're buying in the supermarket is bologna, you're full of boloney!!!!!

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 3:12 PM
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mar52

I've never heard of Lebanon Bologna.  Now I have something new to try.  Hope I can find it here.
Thanks!

You should be able to find it. It's probably in the meat case in the deli section.
They have it at Sprouts here in AZ in the prepared meats dept in packages. Here's their CA locations.
http://www.sprouts.com/stores/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=CA&radius=10&zipcode=&commit=Go
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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 3:13 PM
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I'd hurt somebody for a fried salami & Swiss on a hard roll with mustard right now.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 3:22 PM
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Thanks, Jim.  I have to give Sprouts another try.  I went on opening day which wasn't a fair assessment.
 
CC....  I like you.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 3:29 PM
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mar52

Thanks, Jim.  I have to give Sprouts another try.  I went on opening day which wasn't a fair assessment.
CC....  I like you.

THANX! I like you too!
I shop there frequently. They have good meats similiar to Whole Foods at better prices. Their produce is good and priced right and they have items not usually found in regular supermarkets. Have some "Back East" Kosher stuff too!
(That's assuming they carry what the AZ stores carry) They bought out the Henry's & Sunflower Stores.
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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 4:06 PM
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In 2 days I'll be devouring one of these bad boys at the Carnegie deli in Las Vegas! 
Included too are ALL the garlic pickles you can devour made fresh right in the shop!
 


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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 5:35 PM
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iluvcfood

In 2 days I'll be devouring one of these bad boys at the Carnegie deli in Las Vegas! 
Included too are ALL the garlic pickles you can devour made fresh right in the shop!



You'll only be able to eat 1/2 of one!
Send the other half to me! With Pickles!
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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 6:02 PM
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I love me a Lebanon Bologna and Peanut Butter sandwhich.................try it! Or Lebanon Bologna on plain old white bread with a single leaf of lettuce and allot of Mayo....or a Lebanon Bologna with mustard, on white with a mound of Hartley's Potato Chips......smoosh it all together and eat.............stick a fork in me cuz I'm done!
 
Can ya tell I'm from PA?
 
 
 

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 7:54 PM
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I love potato chips smooshed in a bologna and mustard  sandwich.
 
 

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Thu, 08/30/12 8:30 PM
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You arent alone!  I used to eat them like that when I was a kid.........still do! 

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 08/31/12 6:06 AM
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Racin' & fried bologna just go together :)

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 08/31/12 8:11 AM
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For the best pastrami sandwich in Vegas try Zoozacrackers at the Wynne. They make their pastrami in house. Also, for the best barbequed ribs and chicken, visit the Ellis Island casino at Flamingo and Koval (a couple of blocks behind Bally's). Pick up a player's card there and you'll get a chicken and ribs combo and a beer (it has its own brewery) for under $15.
 
Enjoy your visit.
 
 
 

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 08/31/12 12:07 PM
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The Seltzers outlet in Palmyra, PA has double-smoked bologna , which I have not seen elsewhere. By all means try it.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 12/14/12 4:56 PM
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How to make the worlds best fried bologna sandwich.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 12/14/12 5:47 PM
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I'll skip that so-called "worlds best fried bologna sandwich," and stick with the type from G&R Tavern in Waldo.

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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 12/14/12 6:15 PM
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Re:Fried Bologna And Roadfood.com - Fri, 12/14/12 10:14 PM
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Michael
 
I will agree with you, that was one skimpy baloney sandwich, now G&R's are truly a wonderful creation.  Lleechef is truly missing something, if she can stomach reindeer sausage she could handle G&R's Baloney.
 
Their bologna/baloney is special made for them, and the flavor is yummmmmmmmmmmmmm.
 
I bet a soft or over easy egg would be good on it. 
Hmmmmmm road trip to nowhere????
 
 

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