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    I can not remember the last time I have Vienna sausage... I don't even remember if I like them or not

    I do buy a can of Underwoods Deviled Ham about once a year and have a couple of sandwiches, but once a year is enough.

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    I'd go cook this right now if I had some baking powder. The mustard sauces look good, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Retiredat50 View Post
    I can not remember the last time I have Vienna sausage... I don't even remember if I like them or not
    Me, neither. I've had them maybe twice. Must have been marked down.

    Which is why I don't have them now. One of our local groceries, in-town, seems to focus on picnic-type supplies. Always has copious quantities of hot dogs; and they get old, too. When they get close to the government expiration-date they turn into moldy punpkins, they're marked down ridiculously. Not JUST the lame regular hot dogs; the Johnsonville cheddar-infused dogs, or the chicken dogs or turkey dogs. Actually, those are what are most-likely to not sell. I bought a handful for 49 cents each package.

    So, I have in the freezer, four packs of Johnsonville dogs, frozen. I'll take them out, one pack at a time. Lunch, at times, consists of two of these, a slice of cheese on top, wrapped in a whole-wheat taco shell. Semi-healthy lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustPassinThru View Post
    Me, neither. I've had them maybe twice. Must have been marked down.

    Which is why I don't have them now. One of our local groceries, in-town, seems to focus on picnic-type supplies. Always has copious quantities of hot dogs; and they get old, too. When they get close to the government expiration-date they turn into moldy punpkins, they're marked down ridiculously. Not JUST the lame regular hot dogs; the Johnsonville cheddar-infused dogs, or the chicken dogs or turkey dogs. Actually, those are what are most-likely to not sell. I bought a handful for 49 cents each package.

    So, I have in the freezer, four packs of Johnsonville dogs, frozen. I'll take them out, one pack at a time. Lunch, at times, consists of two of these, a slice of cheese on top, wrapped in a whole-wheat taco shell. Semi-healthy lunch.
    I like those, too. Pretty tasty.
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    "Beyond Bologna" is what I call them. I dont eat them.

    I think they're considered tiny hot dogs, maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustPassinThru View Post
    Me, neither. I've had them maybe twice. Must have been marked down.

    Which is why I don't have them now. One of our local groceries, in-town, seems to focus on picnic-type supplies. Always has copious quantities of hot dogs; and they get old, too. When they get close to the government expiration-date they turn into moldy punpkins, they're marked down ridiculously. Not JUST the lame regular hot dogs; the Johnsonville cheddar-infused dogs, or the chicken dogs or turkey dogs. Actually, those are what are most-likely to not sell. I bought a handful for 49 cents each package.

    So, I have in the freezer, four packs of Johnsonville dogs, frozen. I'll take them out, one pack at a time. Lunch, at times, consists of two of these, a slice of cheese on top, wrapped in a whole-wheat taco shell. Semi-healthy lunch.
    I used to eat Hillshire Farms Cheddarworst sausages. Split them, put on a sausage roll with onions and mustard. I had not had them for a few years and I in the grocery and see them so I grab a package. but, they were different, they used to be shaped like actual sausages, but now they are hotdog sized. Was a little disappointing.

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    I think Hillshire Farms is one of those brands that got put into play...being bought and sold by various food conglomerates.

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