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National Bologna Day

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

National Bologna Day

When : Always October 24

National Bologna Day is a full of baloney!

Properly spelled Bologna, it is sometimes spelled "Baloney". It is pronounced like the latter spelling. Bologna is a sausage. It's commonly used as a luncheon meat. Mom and kids know it well.

When it comes to bologna, there definitely is variety. There is what you and I would call regular Bologna, German Bologna, Beef Bologna, Kosher Bologna, and more. Depending upon the kind of Bologna, it could include pork, beef, chicken, and spices.

It's easy to enjoy National Bologna Day . Have a Bologna sandwich. Try fried bologna. And, don't forget the mustard.

We certainly hope that at the end of National Bologna Day, that you are "full of Baloney"!

Origin of National Bologna Day:
Our research did not find the creator, the origin, an any factual information about this day.

We discovered lots of reference to this day on Ecard sites and calendar sites.

Almost all food related holidays and special days are referred to as "National".

We did not find any documentation confirming this to be a "National" day. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation.
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    Didn't know this before I ate a smoked turkey sandwich.
    1947 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    In Michigan we eat Koegel's bologna. We make ground bologna sandwiches!! Yummers!!!!!!!! Did you know that Michigan has the highest(strictest)standards of meat formation?
    1947 days ago
    Oscar Mayer has a way with b o l o g n a.
    Remember that song?

    I like bologna too, but it wreaks havoc with my calorie tracking. Even low-fat turkey bologna.
    1947 days ago
  • PMAY0313
    I love bologna! Maybe one sandwich!!!!
    1947 days ago
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