Originally posted by stricken_detective
What is Lebanon bologna?
That's a place that makes it and it tells you where to buy it based on the state you live in if you want to try it out. I really like it. The definition according to Wikipedia is
"Lebanon bologna is a type of semi-dry sausage similar in appearance and texture to salami, although it is somewhat darker colored. Made from salted beef, it has a distinctive smoky taste, owing to the smoking process by which it is cured. It is additionally aged for at least 10 days, which generally overlaps with the smoking. Originating with the Pennsylvania Dutch, it is commonly available in South Central Pennsylvania, where it is often served as a luncheon meat. It was probably named for the Lebanon Valley of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, wherein it is commonly produced."