Description: Bologna sausage, also called baloney (/ b ə ˈ l oʊ n i /), or parizer and known in Britain, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and South Africa as polony, is a sausage derived from mortadella, a similar-looking, finely ground pork sausage containing cubes of pork fat, originally from the Italian city of Bologna (IPA: [boˈloɲɲa] ()).Typical seasoning for bologna includes black pepper, nutmeg ...
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Description: L ike hot dogs, Twinkies, and tater tots, bologna--that familiar lunch meat your mom packed between a slice of cheddar cheese and two slices of Wonder Bread spread with mayonnaise for lunch-- is a quintessentially American food.And like hot dogs, Twinkies, and tater tots, bologna has been getting a bit of a bad rap lately, which is why we're sharing some of our favorite bologna recipes.
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Description: For many people bologna is a nostalgia food. More than likely, bologna sandwiches were a non-negotiable part of summer time, and also a major part of school lunches. But how much do you really know about this mystery meat? Let's find out where it came from, what it's made of, and where it is now.
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Description: The bologna sandwich is a sandwich common in the United States and Canada. Also known as a baloney sandwich, it is traditionally made from sliced bologna sausage between slices of white bread, along with various condiments, such as mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup.. The bologna sandwich, fried or unfried, is a regional specialty in the Midwest, Appalachia, and the South.
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Description: Bologna meat, a type of sausage, is made from finely ground beef and/or pork, and is usually smoked and sliced. While describing the nutrition facts and health benefits of this ready-to-eat sandwich staple, this NutriNeat article explains why you should limit your consumption of precooked sausages.
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Description: Happy National Bologna Day, everyone! Usually pork, sometimes beef, sometimes both. Bologna is a sausage, so it starts as a blend of meat, fat, salt and spices, which are then stuffed into a casing and smoked.
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Description: Color. The most notable difference between beef bologna and meat bologna with the naked eye is in their color. The all-beef version is significantly more red in color, as beef is a red meat, whereas pork and chicken are lighter in color.
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Description: So here’s what bologna is. By United States Department Of Agriculture definition (called a “standard of identity”), bologna is a cooked and/or smoked sausage, grouped in with hot dogs, frankfurters, wieners, and the like. This standard of identity specifies bologna be a semisolid product made from one or more kinds of “raw skeletal muscle” from livestock like cattle or pigs.
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Description: Bologna typically contains cured pork, beef or a mixture of both along with various herbs and spices. These might include ground black pepper, myrtle berries, nutmeg, allspice, celery seed and coriander.
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Description: onion, bologna, ketchup, olive oil, cilantro, white vinegar, salt and ground black pepper and 2 more ...
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