100 thoughts on “Making Old-Fashioned BOLOGNA SALAD with a Giant THRIFT STORE Grater – Popeil’s Kitchen Magician

  1. Thank you for this. When I was a kid we had a family reunion at my grandmothers. My uncle brought a loaf of bologna from Wyoming and the women made sandwiches like these using a meat grinder.

  2. honestly, do Americans never butter their bread when making sandwiches?! even in tv and movies when they make a sandwich they never butter the bread and it looks so dry !!

  3. We used to add chopped boiled egg, too, as an extender since it is cheaper than using more bologna. Made the same spread with ham but, less often because of the cost.

  4. Always so gracious! I too, subscribe to Simply Sara. Thank you for making this, I gonna try to make it too! Aloha!

  5. My daughter didnโ€™t have bologna salad until this summer and my Aunt Peggy made it and now she will ONLY eat Aunt Peggyโ€™s bologna salad ๐Ÿ˜‚

  6. Love some good bologna salad. I don't put cheese in it though. Now I want to make some…

  7. Watch out with Nitrates & Nitrites in these and other cold cuts, preservatives that are very bad for our bodies, of course among lots of others too!! Be safe

  8. So happy to see a Simply Sara recipe! She's just wonderful. Appreciated you both! โค๏ธ

  9. I still have his rotisserie oven, and it's great! p.s. Sometimes if you wet the base before you engage the suction, it works better.

  10. Oh my lawd! I have never heard of this! Who's going to eat all of that mixture? Will your family eat it?

  11. I bought my mother that EXACT same model for Christmas in 1976. She had it till she died and we gave it away to a thrift store. I wish now I had kept it. I don't think you're locking the blade on properly. You have to twist the blade so it locks into place behind the fab.

  12. I don't know what type of sorcery is going on, but I swear that I can smell it.

  13. For metric conversion 1 pound=454 grams unsliced bologna for 2 pounds =908 grams

  14. You lost me at the miracle whip and sweet relish. Mayo and dill all the way!

  15. I wanna try this but make into a ball, bread it and fry. Or imagine it in the middle of an onigiri

  16. I was thinking these would be good as a patty fried in a pan maybe add a crumb coating of some sort.

  17. As a European: how did bologna end up being pronounced "bo-low-nee" in the U.S? Strange. The salad looks…interesting. ๐Ÿค’

  18. Hey Emmy, a hard times sandwich we make in Canada (some people atleast?) two slices of bologna in between white bread, with a thin layer of all dressed chips in between

  19. Always curious what you do with your left overs? Do the children and friends have bologna sandwiches for days? Does the neighborhood know you for your jello molds dishes?

  20. Whatโ€™s the meaning of the word she says before she eats? ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. Hope you mind trying PALITAW from the Philippines, I will Put here the INRIDIENTS, I HOPE YOU CAN REMAKE THIS PALITAW WITH YOUR OWN TWIST thank you, Subscriber here since 2014 ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’–

  22. PALITAW (Glutinous RICE FLOUR)
    A Famous filipino dessert

    Things you need

    Glutinous rice flour
    Sugar
    Sesame seeds
    Shredded coconut

    Its a bit tricky to make because its super sticky

    Procedure

    In a bowl mix together the rice flour sugar and water ,mix well until its thickens, ( you have to flaten the mixture one by one) and prepare boiling water,, herea the fun part when cooking, put the rice flour mixture into the boiling water and when it floats, its already cook ๐Ÿ™‚ . Use sesame seeds and shreded coconut for other touches.

    I hope you make this pleaseee and give it your own twist ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’“

    Love you emy

  23. I love this channel you never know what she's gonna do or make

  24. Wow , what an interesting salad… looks ono though. I wonder if I could use ham instead, not really into bologna, but perhaps I may try it. Sounds like a 70's recipe… lol
    Back then they did a lot of experimenting on strange meals
    Aloha to you

  25. I just wanted to clarify that there is actually ham salad with ham… thatโ€™s what I grew up eating.

  26. You should try to make a pavlova! My all time favourite dessert and a Australian icon

  27. I remember my mother had one of those when I was a kid. You supposed to set a bowl under it and attach down to the counter. Definitely going to try the bologna salad looks good.

  28. Steve1989 just ate a ration from 1906. Iโ€™d rather have a bologna salad sandwich. Mom used to make this for my dad.

  29. If you're going to sweet relish, use mayo instead of Miracle Whip. Try grating a dill pickle or two with the baloney. Try it with canned ham.

  30. No no no!๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฎ You have to use coarse ring bologna. This over processed sliced stuff is no good. Thereโ€™s no flavor in it. And dill kosher dill pickles and no cheese. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  31. I'm from northern Ontario, my older family members all made this, along with egg salad and tuna salad sandwiches for large gatherings! So yummy! Our family does bologna, onion and sweet gherkins through the grinder and mix in some miracle whip and seasonings!

  32. Emmy plz notic me im a huge fan and i love how your like i got this from the trift store but people will get bullied for going to the thrift stor and i love how your so positive abouthaters and you dont care you do what makes us and your family happy

  33. Shredding cheese like that would be perfect for making burgers with cheese mixed through the beef mince!

  34. We called it "ham salad" growing up, bot never grated cheese into it, but added a Kraft single (if you were feeling fancy). I believe that spice that you taste in bologna is mace, which explains why you get a nutmeg flavor.

  35. No one is going to eat that bullshit!!๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  36. Put a little water on the bottom, or the counter top, and it will stick a lot better.

  37. Hi Emmy! Iโ€™m curious. Does your family get weirded out by all of the new recipes and if so whatโ€™s some that after trying they wanted nothing to do with? Lol

  38. Put the chips in the sandwich, like you would lettuce. Well, this was hilarious – and so wrong! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ฒ

  39. I grew up eating a lot of bologna sandwiches on white bread. Life in the 60s. My mother was forever on a diet and would eat two slices of bologna with mustard in between and no bread. In the 60s they still knew it was carbs that made you fat.

  40. I just love how much fun you have making the stuff you make! Love your videos! I even love when you don't love stuff, you are so much fun to watch!

  41. Ugh! Miracle whip! My aunt used to serve mayo and bologna sandwiches for lunch some days and they made me gag. And MIRACLE WHIP even worse. I ate bologna all my life but hold the mayo. I like deviled ham. I would probaly put mustard in mine. But I really like your show! Have never had bologna salad growing up. We sometimes fried bologna with sandwich spread on bread.

  42. โ€œMy meat fell outโ€. Made me spit out my food ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  43. The version I grew up with had the bologna – either regular or Lebanon (I prefer the latter) – pan fried first to give it a nice caramelized crust before it's ground. There was also a good dash of paprika in there for extra oomph like it needed any more…

  44. Iโ€™ve made this but with actual ham. I would take left over ham and put it in a good processor to grind it up then mix it with mayo and relish.

  45. my mom makes something like this with an old cast iron meat grinder that attached to the cutting board or countertop with a vice. I remember turning the handle when I was young and the juice from the pickles running down into the bowl set on a chair underneath the grinder. She uses ring bologna and gherkin pickles instead of already-chopped relish. Definitely Miracle Whip. I don't make it myself because I just couldn't (definitely shouldn't) eat a whole batch of it. She made it within the last couple months and mentioned it and I admit I was a little disappointed I didn't get a little tub of it just for nostalgia's sake ๐Ÿ™‚

  46. Our family with five hungry kids would have polished that bowlful off in a flash, back in the 50's, and YES you need chips with it. Put some chips into the sandwich, delicious. And we all survived that diet!

  47. To be honest, I haven't watched any of your recent "Make strange this out of weird that" vids. But you had me at b'loney. Ate a lot of "ham salad" as a kid and never realized it was shredded b'loney. Now, at age 73, you have awakened many fond memories. Thank you, Our Lovely!

  48. To make the suction strong enough to attach the apparatus to the surface do two things 1) (most important) make sure the surface you are attaching to is super smooth, 2) you can additionally coat the bottom of the apparatus with a tiny bit of water before engaging the suction for an even stronger bond.

  49. Did you use German bologna? It looks like it, to me it has a milder sweeter flavor than regular bologna.

  50. Simply Sarah is the size of a Ford aerostar Minivan! Why would anyone want to promote or eat anything that monster eats?

  51. I love Simply Sara. I've been watching her for years. ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. My grandpa put bologna onion and mayo and salt. God, it was so gross. I miss you papaw.

  53. Had this all the time as a kid and still eat it ! Love your shirt Emmy ๐Ÿ™‚

  54. Might seem odd, but I feel like I would egg some sliced hard boiled egg to the sandwich.

  55. What are you doing with all the mixture? Thatโ€™s a lot of sandwiches!

  56. My grandma used to make this all the time only she did use ham. She likes to use that canned deviled ham and I think I am the only family member that actually loved it!

  57. This was fascinating to watch and disturbing all at the same time lol I imagined the flavor to be that close to a ham salad mix. I think my children would actually like this haha

  58. Lmao i loved that weird old taco bell cheese when i was a kid in the early 80s!

  59. This is what my mom called ham salad! Ring bologna, mayo and relish. Yum!

  60. "eaten by children and people" ahhh yes, just what I thought. Children are not people.

  61. Mhhhhhh… Pig Spaghetti ๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ

  62. I make this a lot in the summer. I also add boiled egg to mine. I just run everything through a grinder.

  63. Bologna salad was a staple in my house as a kid for lunch. Especially at my grandmother's house! We still even eat it today! Not newly as much as we used to, like in my childhood. We actually had a meat grinder that my grandparents bought JUST for bologna salad. They still have it; they bought it brand new in the early 60s. That goes to show that vintage things were build to last!! About 5 years ago, the bad that makes it stick to the surface cracked so it won't stay still, so I bought them a new one for their safety and as older, traditional people are….. They still use the old one unless I'm around hahaha, but YES! Even thinking about bologna salad evokes so many childhood memories!

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