Thursday, May 27, 2021

Oh, Bologna!

 

So, then. We are watching YouTube and finding entertainment, some chuckling. It's a switch from vacuuming and laundry.

Here is one you might enjoy.  

YouTube, about 3 minutes long

We will sometime have Bologna for supper. It is a break from our usual fare. Did you know that Fridays are "Fried Bologna Fridays". Give it a shot. Mark your calendar, Friday is tomorrow.

Live well, eat well, walk around the block. Read good books, change out of pajamas.  

God loves us. He is the One in Charge. Don't forget that. Live large.

This is from April 2020.  Try some fried bologna on your own. It is darn good.

YouTube, 3 minutes long: we got eggs now.


22 comments:

  1. I sure we had fried baloney when I was little but I don't remember it. And I try to avoid processed meats these days. Baloney is about as processed as you can get.

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  2. I immediately thought of "He likes it! Hey Mikey!" But that's the cereal ad. Then I found the Bologna one on Youtube...

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    1. Mikey! Who can ever forget that commercial.

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  3. Bologna was the only lunch meat I would eat as a kid. I do remember people frying it, but I never tried it.

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    1. At our local store, we would also order some pimento bologna. It could cost more, but it was a treat.

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    2. pimento bologna = our savoury fritz, a slice of which was sometimes handed free to toddlers in shopping carts, but that is no longer allowed.

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  4. Not for the faint of heart, is it.

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  5. Sherry quit what she was doing when she heard the music and words. We really enjoyed the Bologna song. Sherry said their fried bologna sandwich day was Wednesday at their house.
    Thanks for the smiles and memories.
    Sherry & jack, we got here at the same time today.

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  6. I watched the first video and have to say aprt from the size of the 'log', the bologna looks very much the same as what we call Fritz. That's here in South Australia. Other states have a similar product which goes by other names and doesn't taste quite the same. I remember days when the kids were little, dinner some nights was fried fritz with maybe a side of baked beans or something else to fill their tummies. School lunches were often fritz sandwiches with sometimes sweet pickles or tomato sauce. The dog preferred the tomato sauce ones, he wasn't a fan of pickles.

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  7. Fried bologna with fried potatoes ( lots of onions and green pepper for flavor) is a great meal.

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  8. I remember frying bologna when I was young and had no idea how to cook. It was OK, but I believe my tastes have become a tad more sophisticated. Now I prefer fried green tomatoes (grin).

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  9. Sweet melody! I hope you're doing well Susan, its good to be back here :)

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!