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Old 01-30-2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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Smoked Bologna

A chub of bologna with some mustard, soy sauce and brown sugar on the WSM


About an hour into the cook


About 4 hours total


Ribs were on sale so I picked up 4 racks and smoked them too. Will eat a rack on SB Sunday and sacrificed one tonight. The other two will go into the freezer for another date and time. The ribs were seasoned with some Bad Byrons Butt Rub


Overcooked some onions and a jalapeno


A thick slice of bologna direct on the grill


Plated with potato salad, and collard greens. Not the best pics but you get the idea.


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Old 01-30-2013, 11:11 PM   #2
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Yet another great lookin' meal V!
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Old 01-31-2013, 04:50 AM   #3
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What buzz said!
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Old 01-31-2013, 11:49 AM   #4
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What Nick and Buzz said...looks yummy.
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:44 PM   #5
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I did similar a while back. But you got fancier. Mine was just sliced and put between slices of bread for sandwiches.









That ring around the middle must have been cut in there in the Deli, 'cuz I only made the cross-hatched cuts.






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Old 01-31-2013, 08:17 PM   #6
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Dang now I'm torn. Little more used to the plain jane stuff but could sure eat any of it. Now for the ultimate smoked baloney sandwich follow this format. Cut off a chunk about 3/4" thick and lay on a whole wheat hamburger bun. Top with a slice of sharp cheddar..handful of sliced pickled japs and raw onywan, Hefty squirt of your favorite sauce. Sirrachi or prefered hot sauce added as desired. I'm starvin. lol
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Old 01-31-2013, 09:37 PM   #7
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That same technique works very well for the smoked 'Loney, too.

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Old 02-02-2013, 10:07 AM   #8
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Bob, your way works fine also!
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:11 PM   #9
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Loney? Is that swamp talk for Bloney maybe? My old chum who makes them things for a living in his deli refuses to use anything other than Eckrich all beef. Now not sure what the best place in Cowtown uses for the meat. Sure do taste good. Doubt there any dead chickens in it. Here tis. Do not get cute and order bbq. They are world famous for baloney and french fries. They also have a great smoked double cut porkchop on Tuesday seems like. They run out quick.

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Looks PDG!!
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Old 02-03-2013, 05:09 PM   #11
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I've never done that. Obviously, my loss for not smoking a bologna.
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Old 02-03-2013, 08:01 PM   #12
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Ok always glad to hear folks realize what they been missing. Smart person might consider smoking up a Chub and running it by Sarah's House. If you aint tried it..doubt she has either. Might could mean the Ambassadorship to Monaco or similar a little ways down the road.
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I have never seen smoked Bologna! im at work starving and Payday aint until Friday!
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Well sounds like you need a pay raise and a promotion. I used to recommend Beanie Weenies to folks in similar circumstances..but have of late discovered they have been trying to kill unsuspecting eaters with High Fructose corn syrup. Now I'm getting mad. Baloney is real expensive if you aint bought any lately. My Daddy was a big fan of dried apples and buttermilk. He say that swell up and make a person feel full. Works on hongry chillins anway. Keeps us posted. Thanks.
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I never got the whole smoked bologna / baloney thing.
I tried it once and the smoke doesn't seem to make a bit of difference except on the outer layer. No matter how deep you cut those ' X mas' ham crosscuts in it .
Now grill it up afterward and slap it on some white bread with a little plain ol' ball park mustard on it. Maybe a little slice of grilled onion.
Have a place about 1 hour from my residition that has a bologna / baloney festivus every year last week of July.Haven't missed it since the early 90's.
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I never got the whole smoked bologna / baloney thing.
I tried it once and the smoke doesn't seem to make a bit of difference except on the outer layer. No matter how deep you cut those ' X mas' ham crosscuts in it .
Now grill it up afterward and slap it on some white bread with a little plain ol' ball park mustard on it. Maybe a little slice of grilled onion.
Have a place about 1 hour from my residition that has a bologna / baloney festivus every year last week of July.Haven't missed it since the early 90's.
That's no baloney Puff, I can almost taste that sandwich right now
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Puff, it's an acquired taste!
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Well I have to side with the Puffster here and thanks for Vermin giving us an illustration of dealing with single slices. If a chub can take on smoke a slice can do much better. Nice cooking pal named Scorch often load up his BWS with thick slices and pass it out to friendly drunks at cookoffs. Much superior to slices off a big chub. Got to simplfy portion control a bit too. Havent bumped into many who routinely grill the stuff but got to be even better than smoking or would seem so. Now I have a funny story about another drunk who smoked chubs and give samples to cute ladies at the wild game cookoff. He tole them it was Anaconda...and the blondes apparently believed it. The boy got a lot of mileage out of that deal..lol
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Smoke it medium and medium.

You are correct, low-and-slow doesn't get in there, but hot-and-fast just gets the edges. Might as well grill it.
The best balogna/bulloney is smoked and then char-grilled, at least as far as I am concerned. Since I don't like that yallar mustard (so sue me!) I like a little BBQ sauce on the white bread with that grilled unyun and maybe a little sweet pickle relish. Sides include a cold beer and maybe some 'tater salad and/or chips.

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I could vote for the Sirriachi flavor. How come it got a red lid? Chicken in waffles bound to be popular in the hood. Never seen any true blooded merkin eat that combo. Sounds sick. Sure the Eyetalians like the garlic bread. They know when its time to eat by when they quit smelling like garlic ya know? Fortunately they all eat it so nobody notices. Sorta like Kimchee in Korea I suspect. Fella tole me that eating the stuff yourself was the only way you could stand to be around the hookers. Thats strange huh?
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