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Unread 07-28-2013, 02:15 AM   #1
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I have seen this done a few times, Most recently by Malcom Reed of Killer Hogs BBQ on YouTube, and I finally decided to give it a try when I saw this 5lb hunk of bologna at the grocery store for about six bux. I took the wrapper off, scored it, rubbed it down, and tossed it on the smoker at 250° or so for 90 minutes. Then I mixed a little BBQ sauce with some apple juice to thin it out and basted it and let it cook for another 45 minutes or so... delicious!
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That looks good!
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Nice!!! Smoked Bolo is among my Favorites....
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Sounds like something for me to try in the smoker...
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Now your makin me want a fried bologna sandwich.
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I agree.....it is soo good and I do often. My friends love to come over when they hear I am doing one.
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That reminds me, I bought a bolo loaf a couple weeks back, cut it in half, shrink wrapped it and then froze it. Forgot all about it. Looks like a job for sometime during this week.
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I have seen this done a few times, Most recently by Malcom Reed of Killer Hogs BBQ on YouTube, and I finally decided to give it a try when I saw this 5lb hunk of bologna at the grocery store for about six bux. I took the wrapper off, scored it, rubbed it down, and tossed it on the smoker at 250° or so for 90 minutes. Then I mixed a little BBQ sauce with some apple juice to thin it out and basted it and let it cook for another 45 minutes or so... delicious!
I smoke Bologna all the time. I love it. I do mine pretty much like you do. 5 lbs. of smoked Bologna doesn't go very far... Its great at breakfast and makes killer sandwiches.

My wife turned up her nose when I bought the first 'Chub', but one taste and she was hooked. Now she fry's my Smoked Bologna for breakfast. Got to admit it's pretty tasty too.

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Oh my! I have to get me some of that.
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Did a chub at deer camp a couple years ago. The guys ate the heck out of it. I never got a bite.
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Every time I got the smoker going I pick up a 3LB log from kroger!! Kids tear it up!!!
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I gotta try that! Looks fantastic.
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I am going to go get one of those first thing in the morning. YUMMY
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I want to try with olive loaf
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