How about pickled bologna?
what the heck is pickled bologna?
I've seen pickled sausages ... Vermont Country Store sells them. But not pickled bologna (even though technically it is a sausage).
Ring bologna (sausage-style) that's been pickled!
This is a brand I often get when I can (the one in a jar):
Thanks for the link. I can't tell what the jar looks like, though. Is it slices or is it minced?
Have you ever fried bologna? In junior high, one of our lunches would be fried bologna (it forms a cup) filled with mashed potatoes and topped with cheese. Mother used to make it too. I made it once for dinner shortly after Chip and I were married, and he told me never to make it again. (I don't think I could eat it any more, anyway. )
The bologna is in one long piece, longer then the one in the first picture, sitting in the vinegar, with the ends tied off with string or a metal staple. My dad likes to cut off a chunk then slice it the long way for sandwiches. I like to slice it into circles for crackers, or just eat it straight.
I never had fried bologna. The closest I ever came to it was when I was a kid and was over a friend's house. They were having some problems with their fridge, so her mom was thawing some bologna (regular sandwich kind, not pickled) in a frying pan. I told them it smelled like Spam.
edited for clarity.