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2018/12/20 14:21:50 (permalink)

Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich

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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/20 18:05:04 (permalink)
I agree that a fried baloney sandwich is best when kept simple, but I'll give equal billing to a smear of yellow mustard as a change of pace from mayo.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/20 18:23:44 (permalink)
Mine has to use a slice of bologna (pronounced baloney) just over a quarter inch thick. It requires a slice of yellow onion, some grainy mustard and some pickle slices. And It has to be placed between slices of good old white bread.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/20 18:48:44 (permalink)
What’s a curb store?
The idea that fried bologna is a mystical secret dish of the South is pretty silly. I would think it one of the most American and widely made sandwiches 🥪 everywhere.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/20 19:06:59 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ChiTownDiner 2018/12/21 13:29:59
A curb store is a local convenience store, usually a neighbourhood hangout. Many of them serve up food and even have takeouts and grills.  New Orleans has them all over the place, as do most Southern towns. In NYC they'd be a bodega.
 

 
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/20 20:03:51 (permalink)
1bbqboy
What’s a curb store?
The idea that fried bologna is a mystical secret dish of the South is pretty silly. I would think it one of the most American and widely made sandwiches 🥪 everywhere.

Bologna?
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 03:19:30 (permalink)
That's the fancy Northern spelling.  I think we do it to delineate the subtle difference between Mortadella's humble relative and a bygone accusation of BS, as in, "Yer fulla baloney."  But you know us Northern folks, weird, right?
 
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 08:57:11 (permalink)
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Mine has to use a slice of bologna (pronounced baloney) just over a quarter inch thick. It requires a slice of yellow onion, some grainy mustard and some pickle slices. And It has to be placed between slices of good old white bread.


And a Frisbee pie for dessert.....Merry Christmas 
 
https://youtu.be/hdi3HJOTJx4
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 10:17:43 (permalink)
I can allow mustard, preferably Plochman's to be served as a garnish on fried baloney. Pickles are ok, as long as the baloney is cold; if it's fried then the pickles have to be served on the side otherwise the hot meat would cook the cucumber and that would not be ok.
 
Side dishes? Grippos or Mikesells potato chips are fine as is Zapp's.
 
As long as white flour is used in the baking of the bread I'm good. Any multi-grain flour is strictly forbidden.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 11:05:12 (permalink)
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Mine has to use a slice of bologna (pronounced baloney) just over a quarter inch thick. It requires a slice of yellow onion, some grainy mustard and some pickle slices. And It has to be placed between slices of good old white bread.


And a Frisbee pie for dessert.....Merry Christmas 
 
https://youtu.be/hdi3HJOTJx4


Merry Christmas to you, too. As for a Frisbie pie -- make mine lemon, and I won't pay more than a nickel for it.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 11:37:44 (permalink)
My grandmother would cut the baloney into small pieces, fry it, and serve it on toasted white bread. When she wanted to be fancy, she'd deglaze the pan with ketchup. I still love them and got a great one in Las Vegas, NM at a place called B3. 
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/21 14:37:42 (permalink)
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My grandmother would cut the baloney into small pieces, fry it, and serve it on toasted white bread. When she wanted to be fancy, she'd deglaze the pan with ketchup. I still love them and got a great one in Las Vegas, NM at a place called B3. 


My grandma would do the same thing but put the fried meat on biscuits and serve them with sawmill gravy. She was a professional chef when women in  workplace kitchens was far from common. She could break down a whole hog too.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/22 16:24:18 (permalink)
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What’s a curb store?
The idea that fried bologna is a mystical secret dish of the South is pretty silly. I would think it one of the most American and widely made sandwiches 🥪 everywhere.

Nope. It's southern. You guys get your geoducks. The northeast corridor gets their bagels, and we get fried baloney.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/22 17:31:03 (permalink)
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1bbqboy
What’s a curb store?
The idea that fried bologna is a mystical secret dish of the South is pretty silly. I would think it one of the most American and widely made sandwiches 🥪 everywhere.

Nope. It's southern. You guys get your geoducks. The northeast corridor gets their bagels, and we get fried baloney.


No offense, I grew up in the 50's in North Jersey...and fried bologna was made by my mom...all my 8 Aunts and Uncles...and served in lunchenettes everywhere...I'll give you grits and hush puppies(which I love) but not fried bologna!!
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/22 17:33:24 (permalink)
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1bbqboy
What’s a curb store?
The idea that fried bologna is a mystical secret dish of the South is pretty silly. I would think it one of the most American and widely made sandwiches 🥪 everywhere.

Nope. It's southern. You guys get your geoducks. The northeast corridor gets their bagels, and we get fried baloney.

You’re asking us to believe that Michael Hoffman is Southern.
I’m going to have to ponder this concept.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/23 14:01:35 (permalink)
Do a web search for Buffalo NY and Fried baloney/bologna.
one hit: “Where else but Buffalo will you find a fried bologna sandwich?”

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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/23 14:09:13 (permalink)
Dave S
Do a web search for Buffalo NY and Fried baloney/bologna.
one hit: “Where else but Buffalo will you find a fried bologna sandwich?”
 


Yep...this whole idea is silly. Fried bologna was always and still is everywhere. !!
 
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/31 10:55:31 (permalink)
As a kid, sometimes my dad would buy ring bologna. Any left overs could  be sliced, and fried. the bread could be toasted or not, and usually was accomphanied by mustard and american or whatever sliced cheese you wanted.This from a Milwaukee dad whose father was a butcher, and  a Buffalo mother. Man I miss Ted's Hot Dogs.Both places have Poles and Germans, so  that you find the fried bologna sandwich in these places shouldn't be any sort of surprise.
Heck, sometimes he would buy scrapple. I've taken left over scrapple and fried it and put it between two pieces of bread, with no mayo, mustard or anything, as the scrapple has enough flavor on it's own.
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Re: Food and Wine Somehow Manages To Screw Up The Fried Baloney Sandwich 2018/12/31 13:49:49 (permalink)
I love that story.
And you spelled it correctly, even from deep in the heart of Texas!
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