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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/07 07:46:48 (permalink)
Location Location Location, Ive been reading tthis thread and wondering what type of bologna to fry or grill. oneiron339 solved my problem. I always thought that you were frying "straight bologna" is what we call the non smoked bologna here in Lancaster, PA area. but I always buy a brand called Heidi Ann Sweet bologna, We only buy smoked "Lebanon Bologna", put an 1/8" slice on toasted white bread buttered w/mayo and that's eating, with a bowl of soup. You would think you were in heaven. I live 1/2 mile away from Weavers Store. Talk about location. I have a truck driver friend from NYC who hauls cars to manheim auto auction. who pulls his big rig into their lot to buy cheese and Lebanon Bologna. PS their lot is small, but he's a likeable guy, so they don't mind. These new rigs have refrig's in them.
Back to the sandwich- Sometimes i will pit a slice of cheese on them.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/07 15:43:33 (permalink)
WV Style - Fried thick, dipped in good hot bbq sauce, on a large sesame seed bun with lettuce, tomato and onion.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/07 15:50:47 (permalink)
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Originally posted by WVHillbilly

WV Style - Fried thick, dipped in good hot bbq sauce, on a large sesame seed bun with lettuce, tomato and onion.

The first time I ever heard of fried bologna sandwiches was in West Virginia, and the ones I used to get at this place in Charleston didn't have any sauce on them, and they didn't have lettuce or tomato. They had onions and pickles, and I'd always tell them to skip the pickles. You could also get them withcheese. You could put mustard or catsup on them. I'm a mustard guy.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/07 21:31:23 (permalink)
First time answer, as a kid, ours were butcher sliced, fried dark, ketchup, thought I was the only boy in town who had them.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/08 00:56:57 (permalink)
Extra thinly sliced with American and mayo or spicy deli mustard, though not both.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/14 12:12:59 (permalink)
As panini with a slice of seared fois gras and a cherry cranberry compote served with a warm Old Mil.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/19 05:47:30 (permalink)
I like it thick sliced, topped with melted cheddar cheese, raw onion, tomato, lettuce, mustard and served between toasted bread.

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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/25 15:48:24 (permalink)
If I drop mine on the floor will you replace it with a brisket sandwich?

Now that’s funny. I just finished two fried Bologna sandwiches. Pan fried black iron skillet with cheese-tomatoes-mayo. Ummmmmmm Gooooood. But the best Bologna is smoked whole then sliced WOW it’s great.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/25 16:07:08 (permalink)
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If I drop mine on the floor will you replace it with a brisket sandwich?

Now that’s funny. I just finished two fried Bologna sandwiches. Pan fried black iron skillet with cheese-tomatoes-mayo. Ummmmmmm Gooooood. But the best Bologna is smoked whole then sliced WOW it’s great.
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Wow, great photos on your website, Doctor. Lookin' good!
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/25 17:17:29 (permalink)
Wow, great photos on your website, Doctor. Lookin' good!

Hey thank you very much. That makes all the hard work in cooking the food, taking the pictures and finally getting them posted worthwhile. I just got another neat complement from Jones Poultry a meat supplier about an hour away from town. They just called and want me to do a party (lunch) for their company employees. It should be fun because they want about a dozen different items prepared and that will make it fun. Sometimes it gets boring just cooking and serving the same old thing over and over. Plus they want to give me the tour of their processing plant so I can see if there are some new items that I may be able to add to my vending menu. I cooked chicken thighs for an event last year along with my other menu items and the thighs were a bust. But when I got home and cooked the excess thighs de-boned and sauced them, they were (Smoked Pulled Chicken) a big plus at the next event. In fact I sold out. Go figure. Chicken thighs are the best part of a chicken to smoke or grill. They have just a little more fat and get juicy and fall off the bone tender.


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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/05/25 17:38:38 (permalink)
I can still taste my favorite from 50 years ago when I was making my summer spending money working at a sawmill, cutting pulpwood, and helping load/unload bagged chicken feed. It was a real treat to stop by an old country store and have them cut off a 1/2 inch thick slice of bologna along with a slice of cheese just about as thick, put them between two 4-cracker square saltines and wash it all down with a "R-C Cola". If you've never worked like that, you don't know what hungry is. And that bologna was as good as a t-bone steak after you had put in a hard mornings work.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/08 13:46:05 (permalink)
Hi, Most people mentioned Fried bologna sandwiches in restaurants, do any of you think this would make a good festival item? say a Gospel event or a Jazz fest. Grilled, put on a hard roll add your own condiments. Thanks, Laura
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/08 15:41:07 (permalink)
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Hi, Most people mentioned Fried bologna sandwiches in restaurants, do any of you think this would make a good festival item? say a Gospel event or a Jazz fest. Grilled, put on a hard roll add your own condiments. Thanks, Laura


It would probably make a splash at a Fried Bologna Sandwich festival. As far as a Gospel event... My fried bologna sandwiches have been known to make people speak in tongues...Jazz? well I'm not blowing my own horn...but my fried bologna sandwich is referred to as a "Satchmo"
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/08 17:14:18 (permalink)
Hi,

Not a big baloney fan here, but just reading some of these post makes me want to try it with a new twist, good post.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/09 09:24:48 (permalink)
I guess only Toby Keith can sell his Fried Bologna Sandwich for $9.99 and make it the top selling item on his menu. Oh well. Laura
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/09 10:18:34 (permalink)
Pan fry thick sliced, slap it on 2 pieces of white breadh w/mustard. That's all there is to it. Have one at least once a week.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/09 12:53:37 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Hillbilly

I can still taste my favorite from 50 years ago when I was making my summer spending money working at a sawmill, cutting pulpwood, and helping load/unload bagged chicken feed. It was a real treat to stop by an old country store and have them cut off a 1/2 inch thick slice of bologna along with a slice of cheese just about as thick, put them between two 4-cracker square saltines and wash it all down with a "R-C Cola". If you've never worked like that, you don't know what hungry is. And that bologna was as good as a t-bone steak after you had put in a hard mornings work.


Hb, That's a great story. I know exactly how good that bologna between the crackers w/ cheese must have tasted. My g'father used to keep sliced tavern ham and a loaf of white bread in his refrig in his cellar. He'd work my azz off and then we'd go down in the cellar and slap a couple slices of that ham between two plain pieces of white bread, pop open a Frosty Rootbeer and sit in the cool dank cellar and cool off (sometiimes the ham was slightly frozen). Yea, I'd wait hours for him to say "let's get us a sanwitch."
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/09 14:54:57 (permalink)
As a kid I spent the summers in the Catskill Mts, upstate NY, working on farms. I sure looked foward to lunch time after loading bails of hay on a trailer and then up into the hayloft all morning. Most often it was bologna, still love it to this day.

John
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/23 21:45:57 (permalink)
A couple of pieces of Pennsylvania Dutch cheap bologna,grilled to within an inch of its life, then a slice of cheese melted over it, served on a cheap burger bun. Lord, I love this sandwich. And I'm a "gourmet foodie."
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/26 07:37:43 (permalink)
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Originally posted by drsmoke02

I serve fried bologna sandwiches,how do you like yours cut and cooked,thick{1 thick slice} fried on a skillet,thin sliced,deep fried.I put a cheese sauce we blend on top with sweated onions.how do you like yours?


As a kid, I thought there was a sexy factor as I watched them puff up in the skillet like tiny breasts. What can I say?

I have gone the whole bologna in the smoker route and treat it like the biggest hotdog you have seen. I like my hotdogs with a darkened skin and crusty.

In a professional kitchen, I would try a thick slice, grilled with crossmarks on both sides, put it in a hamburger bun and call it a Flatdog. Your toppings may vary with mileage....

mark
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2006/06/26 13:23:22 (permalink)
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Originally posted by John A

As a kid I spent the summers in the Catskill Mts, upstate NY, working on farms. I sure looked foward to lunch time after loading bails of hay on a trailer and then up into the hayloft all morning. Most often it was bologna, still love it to this day.

John


JohnA, I used to sling bales up around the Ashland/Prattsville area. . . Green Co.
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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2007/05/04 13:05:12 (permalink)
Just has a fried bologna and egg sandwich for lunch... following up with an assortment of doughnuts from Krispy Kreme.



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RE: fried bologna sandwiches 2007/05/05 13:28:29 (permalink)
Sliced thin on toast with mustard and pickles.

WICKED GOOD!!!!!!!!
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