Friday, March 13, 2009

Bologna, Pickles & Sauerkraut: Foods that send me into a swoon

Estoy muy satisfecha! Why, you ask? Because this southern girl just finished the most delectable fried bologna sandwich with a side of pickles and Cheetos. Oh my, it was good!

I've been craving this southern delicacy for quite a while and yesterday the hubby came home with the bologna. Hallelujah! But we didn't have any bread so I had to wait until today when we went shopping again. The bread (a nice round loaf) was fresh out of the oven and still warm when we got it home and sliced it.

To top it off, we also found a jar of pickles on the aisle of international foods. Thought it was kosher dill but since we don't know German, we weren't sure. It's not but we aren't sad 'cause these are the best pickles we've had since we arrived!

The bologna had a little something added to it. Can you guess what? No, seriously! Guess! Come on, what have I said they put on EVERYTHING? Eggs of course. Yep, hard boiled eggs had been added. But it wasn't in obnoxious amounts and didn't detract from the bologna at all.

Or maybe I'm just getting used to the eggs.

Also on the international food aisle we found what we think is sauerkraut. Again, can't be sure, and it's purple but we think that's 'cause they used red cabbage. We'll find out ☺ The last time we went to Santa Rosa we stopped at a little meat market in Belgrano (a German enclave) and picked up bacon and knackwurst. Didn't think about getting any sauerkraut though, and that's not something typically sold in stores here. But we're hoping we truly did score some so that tomorrow we can have sausage and sauerkraut and mashed potatoes. Yum!

Can you tell I've got my appetite back?

5 comments:

Linda Goossen said...

And you make it sound so good! LOL!

Mari said...

I'm glad your appetite is back but I'm worried about your head. That doesn't sound very appetizing to me!

skoots1mom said...

so glad you're feeling better, my "jubisista"!!

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Happy fried bologna sandwiches! Glad you're feeling better!

Blessings
Robin

rita said...

Bologna is something I do not prefer nor ever purchase.
However, Mother's bologna salad sandwiches were a favorite growing up and still referred to by old friend in Argentina.
¡Buen provecho!