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Old 11-12-2011, 06:22 PM   #21
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What is "ring bologna"?
It's bologna, about the width of a fifty cent piece, in a sausage style skin. Regular bologna is about 4 inches in diameter. The ring is then formed into a circle. Use it just like regular bologna!
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Old 11-12-2011, 06:23 PM   #22
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We had homemade pizza. I made an herb crust, then topped it with mozzarella, green bell peppers, onions, fresh mushrooms, black olives, pepperoni, ground beef and an Emeril's recipe for the sauce. Boy was it good. And the best part is that there's enough sauce, already in the freezer and dough, frozen now too, that the next pizza will be so easy to put together.
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Old 11-12-2011, 06:28 PM   #23
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I made some yeager schnitzel with a brown mushroom gravy. It was served with a side of the kraut from the crock and Kathleen's home made egg noodles.

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I made some yeager schnitzel with a brown mushroom gravy. It was served with a side of the kraut from the crock and Kathleen's home made egg noodles.

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What no spaetzle? But, I understand. Homemade noodles are hard to resist.
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Old 11-12-2011, 08:32 PM   #25
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Nope.. no spaetzle.. though Kathleen did mention that she was thinking about making that.
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BLT's with fries, tater-tots or chips
I changed my mind. That is not unusual. I made meatloaf, roasted new potatoes and mixed vegetables.

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i hadn't heard of ring bologna before, either. from dawg's description though, i'm now wondering if ring bologna could be the same thing as knockwurst. knockwurst were smallish, linked sausages that tasted just like bologna, except that they were cooked (boiled or fried) and served hot....
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i hadn't heard of ring bologna before, either. from dawg's description though, i'm now wondering if ring bologna could be the same thing as knockwurst. knockwurst were smallish, linked sausages that tasted just like bologna, except that they were cooked (boiled or fried) and served hot....
Vit, ring bologna is not knockwurst. No links. Although knockwurst could be made in a ring. A C shape, of finely ground, spiced meat, just like regular bologna.

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Sloppy joes and potato salad I don't feel up to par today.
That sounds good, though. I haven't made sloppy joes in awhile. I like mine with french fries.

I hope you feel better soon!
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a patty melt and onion rings, maybe. if not something frozen. frankly i don't have much interest in the dinner at all.

ended up with just onion rings. and only ate half of a serving. figure i can eat cereal later if i get hungry. when i finish here at d.c. off to bed.
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