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  1. #1
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    Default Linguica stuffed bologna

    Inspired by someone elses post of stuffed bologna, my food A.D.D. took over and led me to want to try out my new toy, TGA enzyme.

    The stuffed bologna in the thread was split i two, hollowed out , stuffed a then tied. It looked as though it might tend to leak out the goodies.

    I split t 4#x3.5" stick and hollowed it out like a canoe. Then I browned off some chopped up linguica, grilled some Haloumi cheese, grated it and mixed it with the linguica. Then filled both the canoes and bonded it back together with TGA, meat glue if you will. Vac packed it overnight, and today, this is what I had:



    Looks like it wasnever split in the firstplace.

    Orignally, I was going to smoke it today, but then I began thinking about the Spring Fling up i Kansas in a couple weeks and decided to save it for that occasion. Any of you that are going to be there will get to bear witness to the fact that it actually is stuffed. We might even try to remember to get a pick or two to sharwith youto prove it.
    Last edited by SmokyOkie; 05-13-2013 at 06:16 AM.

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    I knew it had you mind when it was posted. I look forward to it.
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    Tim is playing with his Bologna in public again
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    What language does he speak????

    I'll bet it is fluent "laptop on his lap with feet up in the big recliner and not watching his fingers or proofreading".
    Matter of fact I KNOW it is.

    Looking forward to trying a hunka that baloney in a while.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    What language does he speak????

    I'll bet it is fluent "laptop on his lap with feet up in the big recliner and not watching his fingers or proofreading".
    Matter of fact I KNOW it is.

    Looking forward to trying a hunka that baloney in a while.
    I don't know what was up last night. I used IE to post this and it jumbled all my words. I went back and corrected everything I saw, and then this morning, it is halfway back to the way it was. I knew there was a reason I didn't use IE!

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    Never had linguica, but I bet it's good. And I know Bloney is! That can't be bad!!
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