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Discussion in 'Preppers' Corner' started by RickN, Apr 15, 2020.
Fried or smoked boloney is good stuff, maynard.
I remember as a kid the neighbor lady fried me a bologna sandwich, had never heard of frying it. I have smoked it and fried it but usually eat it cold. I have smoked a lot for other people when my smoker was going every weekend.
How bout the Chef Store on 240?
That isnt a problem. I'll chek with a few others and see if they want to buy half or 1/4 and maybe I can make a deal to buy the whole beef.
I smoke bologna often.
A lot of people don't like bologna. My wife won't eat it. But I gotz no problem with a cold bologna sandwich or barbecued bologna.
Sounds like a plan . . . just let me know and I can get you his contact info.
Decided to go the easy route and order some Rib Crib for supper tonight. While looking at the menu online, I noticed several items were missing. Called them and they updated their menu because they are plum out of brisket. Sounds like their supply is being affected too.
Did appreciate that Rib Crib had been using their buying power to offer meat and groceries to people.
Was in Crest Monday. Cheapest cuts of beef I saw were over $10 lb. I had wanted a few pounds of a thin steak to make Pepper Steak with but not at those prices. Looks like chicken or pork stir fry instead.
I was in Catoosa yesterday picking up some fruit from the produce stand and swung by reasors while I was out there. Ground beef was $6.09 for 93/7. Alot better than what I had recently seen at Harvard Meat markets. Skirt steak was pretty reasonable but didn't grab any, so I don't remember the prices. KC strips were are $14.99 a lb though.