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Smoked Bologna

im from the south and want to try smoking some bologna. This will be my first time. Looking for some good tips. Temp and times and what wood to smoke it the bologna in would be great. 

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  • If I knew how to post a link to the recent thread I would but unfortunately I don't know how. Do a forum search for bologna and it will be the first to pop up. He made a sammy out of it and it looked awesome. Post up if you give it a shot. ps in order to search the forum you need to view from computer or iPad, or view the desktop mode. 
    Snellville, GA


  • Killit_and_GrillitKillit_and_Grillit Posts: 3,310
    edited November 2016
    There was one recently too where someone got a whole Boars Head package from their deli and did it and did some fried bologna sandwiches. They looked killer and had tons of info on time and temp

    edit: when my dad was going through chemo he had a weird craving for fried bologna sandwiches. I didn't smoke them (the smoke was making him nauseous.) but I sliced it at like a 5, fried with butter, then put tomatoes, lettuce, mayo and mustard, smoked Gouda cheese, and then thick sliced sourdough and tossed with butter on the outside in the skillet just to crisp up the bread. 

    They were awesome. 

    "Brought to you by bourbon, bacon, and a series of questionable life decisions."

    South of Nashville, TN

  • GunnarGunnar Posts: 2,305
    LBGE      Katy (Houston) TX
  • There was one recently too where someone got a whole Boars Head package from their deli and did it and did some fried bologna sandwiches. They looked killer and had tons of info on time and temp

    edit: when my dad was going through chemo he had a weird craving for fried bologna sandwiches. I didn't smoke them (the smoke was making him nauseous.) but I sliced it at like a 5, fried with butter, then put tomatoes, lettuce, mayo and mustard, smoked Gouda cheese, and then thick sliced sourdough and tossed with butter on the outside in the skillet just to crisp up the bread. 

    They were awesome. 
    This is happening very soon!
    Snellville, GA


  • I usually buy my Bologna @ Food Lion . two at a time , cook some then more as needed. Freeze one. Very good eats.


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