CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
WHO HAS THE BEST BOLOGNA?
*NOTE – YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN
CALLING ALL CHEFS
ENTER THE BEST BOLOGNA CONTEST
$1250 LE CREUSET COOKWARE SET
JUST SEND 5 POUNDS TO MEMPHIS
WE COVER SHIPPING
*HOW IT WORKS
- YOU prep, cook and pack your boloney (min. 5 pounds)
- COCHON will cover (2-day FedEx) shipping to Memphis.
- COCHON will serve it to judges on Friday, August 31 at 5:55pm.
- WINNER announced by Twitter (@COCHON555) with the hashtag, #HeritageBBQ, at Midnight.
- SERVING THE JUDGES: All bologna will be sliced by an electric carving knife (http://j.mp/LV24Vg) and served on  piece of Wonder Bread. Guests will have the option to add Duke’s Mayonnaise or Mustard. The Winner will be chosen by a panel of competing chef peers. Guests will be able to vote on a crowd favorite.
- *NOTE – YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN, just shipping.
- Confirm your interest via Twitter @COCHON555
Tweet this – I want to win the #BestBologna #Contest @COCHON555 #HeritageBBQ in Memphis this Labor Day http://j.mp/BOLOGNACONTEST
- Confirmation will follow, with address and shipping instructions.
- Limited only to  chefs first year.
- GRAND PRIZE ($1250 value)
- Le Creuset Cochon Set – click on picture
- How? Blind Judging Panel
- SECOND PLACE
- $500 CASH
- How? The People’s vote
HISTORY? Bologna sausage, also known as boloney, or polony, is an American sausage derived from and somewhat similar to the Italian mortadella (a finely hashed/ground pork sausage containing cubes of lard that originated in the Italian city of Bologna. U.S. government regulations require American bologna to be finely ground, and without visible pieces of lard. Mortadella will be categorized by having visible pieces of lard.
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- Combine all ingredients, with exception of the liquid smoke and oil.
- Place the mixture in a covered container, refrigerate overnight.
- Add liquid smoke and the oil into the meat mixture and mix. Emulsify.
- Pack the mixture tightly into oven-safe cylindrical cans. Clean, empty coffee cans are best.
- Leave approximately ½ inch of space at the top. Large Cans are equivalent to 3lbs.
- Bake the cans upright in the oven for 3 ½ to 4 hours uncovered at 200 degrees.
- Let cool. Drain the excess liquid and wrap tightly.