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Happy National Bologna Day!

Amanda Nichols 8 comments

That's right, it's Bologna Day! Mention bologna in public and you'll probably get at least one person reciting a certain jingle (b-o-l-o-g-n-a). Ever tried grilling bologna? Well, you should! What's your favorite way to use bologna? Favorite style or brand? More

A Sandwich A Day: The Soho at Il Cantuccio

New York Christine Chung Post a comment

Amidst all the pricy lunches in the West Village, Il Cantuccio stands as a bastion of Italian simplicity. More

Grilling: Smoked Bologna

Grilling Joshua Bousel 4 comments

While the meat can't absorb much smoke, cooking a whole bologna low-and-slow transforms the outside into an incredibly crisp and smoky treat that added a lot of flavor and texture to the slab of bologna meat. More

Smoked Bologna

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 3 comments

While the meat can't absorb much smoke, cooking a whole bologna low-and-slow transforms the outside into an incredibly crisp and smoky treat that added a lot of flavor and texture to the slab of bologna meat. More

Sausage City: Au Cheval's Fried House Made Bologna Sandwich

Chicago Blake Royer 5 comments

Bologna is not a food with fond memories for me. Which is why it is so surprising that the Fried House Made Bologna Sandwich at Au Cheval is one of the messiest, most delicious sandwiches I've eaten in ages. It doesn't rely on a nostalgic food memory. It's good enough to create its own craving on the spot. More

A Sandwich a Day: Old School Bologna Sandwich at B Spot in Cleveland

A Sandwich a Day Daniel Zemans 38 comments

I went to the B Spot for AHT purposes but when I saw Michael Symon's menu had not one, but two different fried bologna sandwiches, I knew I had to do some research. More

Dinner Tonight: The Dagwood Sandwich

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 12 comments

Have you have ever actually eaten a Dagwood? I could picture it in my head, and immediately thought of the Blondie comic strip character that it was based on, but I'd never actually sunk my teeth into one. I expected it to be a total and complete disaster. Yet, against all odds, it works. Like the Chicago dog, its many different components combine to create something that's more than the sum of its parts. More

Hot Dog of the Week: Ring Bologna with Pickles and Fried Onion Straws

Hot Dog of the Week Hawk Krall 21 comments

Ring Bologna is best described as the missing link between hot dogs and baloney, a cousin to German fleischwurst. Finely ground pork and beef are stuffed into a natural casing, lightly smoked, and looped into a ring. Thicker than a hot dog, fully cooked and super garlicky, ring bologna is often found in parts of the country with a German deli and hot dog culture. More

Snapshots from Italy: Eating Well On the Cheap at Aperitivi Time

Carey Jones 5 comments

Editor’s Note: Serious Eats correspondent Carey Jones, eating her way around Italy, will be reporting back from Rome, Bologna, Tuscany, and Puglia. "For those who like to taste and nibble without committing too much money or stomach space, it’s a dream come true." Americans have their happy hour bar snacks; the Spanish, their tapas. But no one does a drink-and-nibble like the Italians and their aperitivi. Starting around 6 p.m, give or take a few hours, most bars deliver a small tray of bite-sized stuzzichini (appetizers) with your drink—a pair of eggplant-ricotta rolls, say, or a few prosciutto crostini. And an increasing number of bars are laying out full-scale buffets of enticing finger foods, included in the price of your... More

Snapshots from Italy: Artisan Gelato at Bologna's Cremeria Funivia

Sweets Carey Jones 10 comments

I set out for the Piazza Cavour in an upscale neighborhood south of the town center. And there waited the Cremeria Funivia--which, within ten minutes, would become my favorite gelateria in Italy. More

During Your Next Vacation, Learn How To Make Tortellini

Robyn Lee 2 comments

You can't visit Bologna without eating tortellini, the local specialty, but why not learn how to make it too? The New York Times lists pasta-making classes in Bologna—perhaps it'll give you an idea for your next vacation.... More

Guide to Gelato in Bologna

Robyn Lee 7 comments

This past June when my friend Morten brought up the idea of joining him on a two-and-a-half week vacation in Bologna the first thought that popped in my head (aside from, "Hell yeah, I'm going") was, "What's the greatest amount of gelato that I can consume without tearing a hole in my stomach?" More

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