I’ve been been holding on about posting on these items for a few months. There was never really an appropriate time to blog about them. Instead I just decided to combine them into this post.
One of my favorite things when discovering a new ethnic market is perusing the aisles to discover new food items. Near the hot food area at Wholesome Foods in Irvine, an Iranian market, there is a Russian deli meats section. What immediately caught my eye in that section were the packages of bologna with babies on the label. Not just one but at least four types of bologna.
Were these were missing babies much like the photos of kids on milk cartons? No. Are these baby-flavored bologna? No and ewww. They are labels to emphasize the mini size of the so-called ‘baby bologna.’ I don’t like bologna but did buy a package. It tasted well, like bologna.
Still don’t believe me? Buy a baby bologna here.
For about an hour, I considered buying this barking hot dog cooker just for cuteness factor alone. I even went as far as telling someone, “Hey, I want that for my birthday.” Luckily he knew it was just a passing fancy because for almost $35, it really isn’t worth it. It cooks 4-6 hot dogs at once and it starts to bark when the dogs are cooked. I like hot dogs, but not that much. If you like hot dogs more than me, you can buy it here.