Feed 10 with 1 Hot Dog

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  1. rick49

    rick49
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    I would consider baloney just an over grown hot dog. Believe it or not southern BBQ cooks have turned this lowly lunch meat into a something that has to be tasted to be believed.

    Start with a "tube" of baloney.

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    Cut a wedge out of the top.

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    Fill the cavity with your choice of hot dog fixin"s

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    Put it in your smoker until heated through, basting with BBQ sauce.

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    Slice and serve on white bread with condiments of your choice.

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  2. Don H

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    That baloney is called newfie steak up in Newfoundland.
     
  3. Redcap

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    Nasty.
     
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  4. jbett98

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    Can you say "portable defibrillator"
     
  5. Lavvman

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    Colo-rectal tastiness. I would eat it.
     
  6. bruzer

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    I never knew baloney came in a tube. I guess it is one of the meats I don't put too much thought into when I eat it. It does look good and tasty with all the fixin's you've done.
    May our lives glorify God,
    Michael
     
  7. Nickb

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    If you ever get down to Vegas you have to go to Toby Keith's bar and get the fried baloney sandwich! I'm heading there next week and it will probably be my first lunch.
     
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  8. Certaindeaf

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    Thing a beauty.. awesome.
     
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  9. PiratePast40

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    I remember when we were young and broke. Bought the big tube of baloney at the commissary and it was for lunches the next two weeks when I was going to school. But in those days, we had a different name for it! ;)
     
  10. smokinggun

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    hmm, 0 nutritional value whatsoever. I'd rather for for a steak.
     
  11. Sstrand

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    They must serve a lot of it in D C . . . The politicians there are full of baloney . . .

    Sheldon
     
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  12. Sawdust

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    Stationed at Fort Benning (90/91). First morning on post I go to the DFAC and guess what they were serving.......Fried Bologna!!!
    That was a first for me.
     
  13. Sgt Nambu

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    Mmmmmmmm, bologna!!! Love it but very rarely dine on it. I've got enough issues already! The OP's photos look good enough to eat!
     
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    Yes, that's the name I knew it by as well...........
     
  15. soberups

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    Putting Bar B Q sauce on baloney is like trying polish a turd.
     
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  16. 44mag2ndamend

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    Thats the fact Jack!
     
  17. salmonriverjohn

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    All you girly men that turn your nose up at good bologna, and I don't mean the store bought packaged kind, well you have no idea what your missing. If you've never experienced the good stuff you're missing out, some kinds have as good or better flavor than summer, or hunters sausage. Heck if they made a cologne out of the stuff, id wear it. Spam anybody?
     
  18. Certaindeaf

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    Mmm, Spam. Love it (even on sushi.. 7-11's on the islands sell it for/as breakfast).. as well as braunschweiger/liverwurst/pate/foie gras etc..
     
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  19. Caveman Jim

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    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Loves me a baloney sammich!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  20. Velzey

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    In Portland stop by Edelweiss deli on Powell and about 13th .. They make their own German bologna...
    I'm not allowed in there alone... I stopped in there for a quick stop once with my wife and she waited in the truck... I came out with two bags full of smoked meats and cheeses... They make smoked pork chops, oh geeze I can't talk about it
     
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