Bologna sausage


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large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork

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The Bologna sausage recipe may seem like the most trivial in the lot, but it was readily accessible in English, unlike the other documents in Filipino, Spanish and Portuguese.
Pollonio, "Effect of the addition of wheat fiber and partial pork back fat on the chemical composition, texture and sensory property of low-fat bologna sausage containing inulin and oat fiber," Food Science and Technology Campinas, vol.
Similar results were found with bologna sausages containing raw and cooked lemon albedo (Fernandez-GinACopyrights et al.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the stability of physico-chemical, microbiological and sensory properties of smoked bologna sausage vacuum-packaged manufactured with MF of the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), and wheat fiber in thirty days of storage under refrigeration temperature of 6 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C.
To this mystique an element of spurious glamour was added by travellers who exaggerated their own reckless daring in penetrating a mosque: Grelot boasted of refreshing himself with a bottle of wine and a Bologna sausage while taking drawings of the interior of the mosque of Santa Sophia, and the Prince de Ligne claimed to have bribed his way into a mosque and forced a Moslem to eat pork there.
Hislop took their case up and representing it to Commissioner McCreary, each man was shortly after supplied with a loaf of bread and bologna sausage. For this kindness the men wish to return a vote of thanks.
This is particularly the case in the cold meats category, where consumers want an ever-widening array of meat products--from bacon and hams to bologna sausage and chorizo--sliced, packed and ready to be eaten or put into a sandwich.
JF: A pack of bologna sausage; it reminds me of my youth.
This classic comes froth Bologna, "fat city," and is so identified with that city that it has come to be known as simply bologna sausage, especially in America with the anomalous pronunciation, "baloney."
So di Stefano got a pal in a clergyman's dog collar he called him the Reverend Page to produce a slice of boloney (Bologna sausage) which was wrapped in a Dundee shirt bearing Ravanelli's name to be delivered to the offending journalist.
New Yorkers can recognize the slang "boloney" which (according to the Dictionary of Unconventional English) was coined in 1900 as a corruption of Bologna sausage and means "nonsense."
Bologna Sausage 60 pounds of beef 2 pounds salt 40 pounds pork trimmings 1 ounce saltpeter 3 ounces black pepper 1-1/4 ounces coriander 1 ounce mace 10 quarts cold water Onions if desired, ground fine
The word comes from the Italian Bologna sausage - and the former Prime Minister lit her biggest banger yet under Mr Major with an attack that could rip the party apart.
The addition of dried raw orange albedo at 2% level to bologna sausage resulted in a decrease in moisture content [26].