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Ring Baloney



Though Ring Baloney is still carried in many stores in North America, most people born after 1960 or 1970 seem to never have heard of it.

Basically Ring Baloney is baloney that has been formed into a long sausage shape, about 1 1/2 to 2 inches (4 to 5 cm) wide, and sold wrapped in plastic.

Ring Baloney is often sold as a pickled coiled inside a big glass jar.

Ring Baloney is considered by some a bit of a "white trash" thing, even by baloney standards.

Cooking Tips

Ring Baloney doesn't need cooking, but to make a meal out of it, some people boil it. Chopping it up and frying it with onions is also popular.

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"American Danish can be doughy, heavy, sticky, tasting of prunes and is usually wrapped in cellophane. Danish Danish is light, crisp, buttery and often tastes of marzipan or raisins; it is seldom wrapped in anything but loving care."

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