Description: Bologna sausage, also called baloney (/ b ə ˈ l oʊ n i /) or parizer and known in Britain, Ireland, Australia, 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 ...
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Description: Bologna may be a low-cost lunch meat today, but it's roots are lot more fancy. In fact, bologna is the great-great grandson of the Italian's mortadella. Mortadella, much like bologna, is made from finely ground pork meat. Mortadella is then cured and cooked in a low temperature oven before it's packaged.
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Description: Bologna is a deli meat that millions of Americans slap between slices of bread every single day, though thinking too hard about what it actually is before we eat it might cause us to shudder and insist that some things are better left unknown. Really, though, it turns out that bologna is pretty straightforward, no more or less harrowing to hear ...
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Description: Bologna, a cooked, smoked sausage (or meat loaf), is usually made of cured beef, cured pork, or a mixture of both. Bologna meat, or the soft, mild sausages, are generally served cold in sandwiches. Some manufacturers include selected cuts, while some include organs, trimmings, end pieces, etc., in this emulsion-type product.
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Description: The bologna sausage is traditionally made from the “odds and ends” of chicken, turkey, beef, or pork. It is similar to the Italian mortadella, which originated in the Italian city of Bologna. The inexpensive deli meat is often pronounced and spelled “baloney.”
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Description: 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. Companies that produce bologna tend be very cagey about their ingredient list, since the "trimmings" that go into it occasionally come from parts of the animal that make people want to faint.
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Description: The Best Bologna Meat Recipes on Yummly | Olive Bologna, Arugula Wraps, Mashed Potato And Bologna Casserole, Vegetable Frittata
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Description: Unlike American bologna, the National Hot Dog And Sausage Council notes, Italian bologna needn’t be cooked; it can be a dry or semi-dry sausage. The smoothness of American bologna has become its calling card—as none other than chef David Chang puts it, bologna is “a blank canvas of pureed meat.”
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Description: Like hot dogs and SPAM, bologna is often regarded as something of a mystery meat.Regardless of your feelings about this much-maligned cold cut, bologna is a familiar presence in supermarkets ...
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