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    Posted: 02 November 2017 at 14:00
Just a couple of days ago, I found this:

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Ingredients

1 lb. stick bologna, cut into cubes
5 to 6 baby dill pickles, drained
1/2 cup mayo, more if needed

Instructions

1.In a food processor pulse the bologna several times until it becomes very finely chopped, place in a large bowl.

2.Wipe out the food processor and add the dill pickles, pulse a few times until very finely chopped. Add the dill pickles to the bologna along with the mayo. Stir to combine, keep chilled and spread on butter crackers or in-between to pieces of bread for a delicious sandwich!



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We always did something very similar with roast beef or ham to make sandwich filling. A person can vary from it a bit and add a few ingredients (such as cheese, chopped hard-boiled egg etc), but it's really easy, no matter what.

We would always use a meat grinder, which would work just as well as the food processor; I also imagine that it would work great with nearly any other cooked or pre-cooked sausage.
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We do he same, Ron. Using a meat grinder. F'rinstance, my country ham salad, that I combine with fried green tomatoes, uses that technique.

But you do get a different texture pulsing in a processor. More like fine dice then the dry paste you get with the grinder.

Note the chefiness of this recipe, taking something simple and trying to make it complex: "wipe out the food processor...." Why? Is the bologna residue going to contaminate the pickles (ya know, the pickles which are going to be combined with the bologna)
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