Those would be awfully expensive to grind up for ham salad.
Buy the time you buy a bone-in ham (Boneless would be even more expensive), factor in the cost of cooking it, take into account shrinkage due to cooking, remove the weight of the bone and the trimmed fat and end up with a net amount of trimmed, boned meat--- the cost will be more than ring bologna.
I'm beginning to think you like to argue just to argue. I never said anything about ham.
You must not like grocery outlet either.
My mother made ham salad for decades, both out of bologna and ham.
Always mayo, celery, salt and pepper. Sometimes onions and pimentos added.
post edited by bill voss - 2011/04/11 12:07:29