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Mason’s friend and butcher, Leighann Smith, cures the bologna.
Canzano: Portland Trail Blazers home opener a success... so thanks again Harry Harry Glickman had a bologna sandwich for lunch on Tuesday.
Now, residents are relying on the tater tots, bologna and sweet tea Dollar Stores sell, paid for in part with government assistance.
Baker is also credited with inventing chicken bologna, chicken hot dogs and, notably, chicken nuggets.
Weinberger has come a long way from the early days, when one newspaper review spotlighted his fried bologna-and-onion sandwiches.
Mr Arpaio housed inmates in tents even as temperatures inside soared to 54 degrees Celsius, serving them meals of green-tinged bologna and vegetarian slop.
While Arpaio’s tough methods have won him applause from law-and-order advocates, most of the attention has focused on things like requiring inmates to wear pink underwear or limiting meals to bologna sandwiches.
As for the barbecue, meats range from pork ribs and roasted chicken to hot links and smoked garlic bologna.
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Origin and Etymology of bologna
First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
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