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sunrise 10-10-2012 11:33 AM

smoked/grilled bologna sandwichs
We have been doing a small farmers market for the past few weeks and doing ok, selling pulled pork, ribs, tri-tip, and smoked sausage. Sides of baked beans, coleslaw, & mac & cheese. I want to try something different (out here in CA I am pretty sure it will be) and do a grilled bologna sandwich like we used to have when we lived in the south. Any ideas or sugustions on how much to charge, or ideas on if will even work. Bought a whole roll 10 pound, cost 18.00 at RD. Thanks for any help

chad 10-10-2012 11:37 AM

Price it out like you do any other product and give it a go. I shoot for 4 x food costs...since that's $1.80 per pound for the meat, slice it, weigh it, cook it and see if you still like it for the price you are going to charge.

deguerre 10-10-2012 11:38 AM

They sell the chit out of them at The Cozy Corner here in Memphis. $3.75 a sandwich on a CWB with slaw and sauce. Cost of living here is a lot less though so you could adjust that price upwards.

grantw 10-10-2012 10:12 PM

I smoked it at 250, oiled it up put dry rub on it, pulled it out when it had a nice crust on it, it tastes so deadly you could charge whatever you want. :)

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