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Manoa

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Fried Bologna Sandwich Tue, 11/28/06 1:42 AM (permalink)
Are there places to get a fried bologna sandwich (ala Ohio, etc) in New York City?

Drue@hawaii.edu
 
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    ashd8516

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    RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Mon, 12/18/06 1:55 AM (permalink)
    Just make your own. Cut a few slits in the bologna to keep it from curling up on itself and stick it into a pan to cook. Once it's reached the desired level of browness, remove it from the pan and place on bread with the condiments of your choice.
     
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      SassyGritsAL

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      RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Wed, 01/3/07 3:05 PM (permalink)
      We have a restaurant here in Huntsville, AL, that has 3 locations and soon to be 4 that offers a bologna sandwich on their menu for about $7 (yeah, that's seven dollars). Their wings are so good and that is what I go there for so I haven't had the nerve to order or pay $7 for the bologna sandwich. Also a lot of of small diners offer fried bologna sandwiches for breakfast and they are usually under $2.
       
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        CajunKing

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        RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Wed, 01/3/07 3:38 PM (permalink)
        If the original poster was talking about G&R tavern bologna sandwich it is not the thin, slice the edges so it doesn't curl up type. G&R is thick slab of bologna slabbed and grilled to perfection, served on a bun.

        i would gladly pay $7 for a G&R bologna sammie right now.

        As far as where to find them outside of Waldo, Ohio. No luck, everytime i hear of a bologna sammie they are the thin and curly kind.
         
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          soozycue520

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          RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Wed, 01/3/07 3:44 PM (permalink)
          I had a thick sliced fried bologna sandwich at the Harmar Tavern in Marietta, OH. {Southeast, OH}.

          For $2.95, it was assembled like a hamburger, on a bun with lettuce, tomato, sweet pickles and some kind of "special sauce".

          Great deal and great sandwich!!
           
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            roossy90

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            RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Wed, 01/3/07 5:48 PM (permalink)
            Today, as I passed a local diner, on their marquis was
            "Fried Bologna Sandwich"......
             
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              ScreenBear

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              RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Wed, 01/3/07 11:20 PM (permalink)
              Anyone know what G & R stands for? Oh, and how much does their legendary sandwich go for?
              The Bear
               
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                desertdog

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                RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Thu, 01/4/07 12:51 AM (permalink)
                If you have a German butcher in the neighborhood, order a slice of Leberkaese. It's that country's version of bologne and it is outstanding.

                I've had it still warm as it is sliced off the "loaf" with mustard and a kaiser roll, and I have had it sliced and pan fried with ketchup and Bratkartoffeln (fried potatoes.) Either way...Sehr Gut !
                 
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                  dreamzpainter

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                  RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Thu, 01/4/07 11:14 AM (permalink)
                  I was in the mood for a bologna burger yesterday, our local superwally has a pretty good german bologna for 1.98lb (does anyone else hear the oscarmyer jingle when spelling bologna?) The lady behind the counter looked at me like I was crazy when I said I wanted it sliced thick. I got three good thick slices for a few cents over 2.00, so about a third lb each. I grabbed a pack of kaiser rolls and a tomato. total cost,. $4.93
                  I popped 2 rolls in the oven @250, fried up 2 slices and topped with american cheese, added a couple slices of tomato and red onion and some hot pepper relish (ketchup on the bottom roll section)served with a side of salt and vinager chips.
                  The last slice is steady calling for me, Im thinking maybe smear it with BBQ sauce and into a low oven, maybe some carmelized onions...
                   
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                    thefoodguy

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                    RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Mon, 02/5/07 12:23 PM (permalink)
                    I gotta have mine on white bread...bologna very dark, then cheese melted on while its still in the pan...and I top it only with yellow mustard.

                    now I'm hungry.
                     
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                      pamelakrest

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                      RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Mon, 02/5/07 4:46 PM (permalink)
                      My sister (Sharon) is the fried bologna queen hahaha We normally shop at Meijer's here in Dayton and they look at my sister like she is nutts when she asks them to slice it thick for fried bologna sandwiches and her fav brand is Kahns
                       
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                        CajunKing

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                        RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Tue, 02/6/07 1:56 PM (permalink)
                        dreamz

                        "my bologna has a first name......."

                        Yes, every time I hear the word bologna or when I am trying to spell the word

                        B-O-L-O-G-N-A

                         
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                          dadetigl

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                          RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Fri, 02/9/07 8:09 PM (permalink)
                          I think I would like to try this. How thick should I have them slice it? Pan fry it or grill it and serve it like a burger?
                           
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                            Michael Hoffman

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                            RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Fri, 02/9/07 8:24 PM (permalink)
                            quote:
                            Originally posted by dadetigl

                            I think I would like to try this. How thick should I have them slice it? Pan fry it or grill it and serve it like a burger?

                            About a third to a half inch thick is how I do them, and it's how most places where I've eaten them do it. make three notches equadistant from each other around the edge of each slice to prevent cupping, and then do them on a flat griddle or in a skillet. I've done them on a grill, over a fire and over coals, and that's pretty good, too. I've never seen fried bologna sandwiches served on anything but hamburger rolls, although I like them on onion rolls sometimes. While I use just a brown mustard, and sometimes some relish. Many placs use yellow mustard and pickles.
                             
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                              BakersBoy

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                              RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Fri, 02/9/07 8:31 PM (permalink)
                              If you are in NYC go to "Blue Smoke". They have a really good fried bologna sandwhich.

                              BB
                               
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                                SassyGritsAL

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                                RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Mon, 02/12/07 11:08 AM (permalink)
                                Slap the fried bologna between two pieces of white bread w/mustard. Yummy.
                                 
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                                  mland520

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                                  RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Mon, 02/12/07 11:20 AM (permalink)
                                  My husband grew up with a mom who made fried egg & bologna sandwiches- he has requested one, once in a while,in the 40 years we've been together- I can't stand the smell of bologna ( no matter how it's served) so I really have to be in the mood to please- when I buy the fixings and make him one. Valentine's Day is coming.......
                                   
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                                    redtressed

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                                    RE: Fried Bologna Sandwich Thu, 02/15/07 12:03 PM (permalink)
                                    Fried Bologna sandwiches are more revered than diamonds in West -By- Gawd. Brides from out of state are promptly taught the proper preparation techniques, as soon as the engament is announced. It is required curriculum instruction in our home economics classes. They were served in 1993 at the national poetry convention held here in Morgantown, alongside soupbeans and cornbread as the foods most indicative of our state. We're not fancy here either, a slice or two of Sugardale bologna is the same to us as Boars Head brand, just don't forget the FRENCH'S yellow mustard.

                                    True story: I got a call early one Monday morning, that my dad, who was in the hospital, probably didn't have much longer, due to congestive heart failure. His doc and his friend made the call to me for one specific purpose. Bring dad a fried bologna, fried egg, and fressh green onion sandwich stat...and don't put that stone -ground sh** on it. It was my dad's last meal............and the angels were with him....his smile was beatific.


                                    Dad
                                     
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