I have a sweet friend who occasionally gets me treats from the US Base. She asked if I ever wanted anything specific from the clearance/day old rack, to let her know. I said, "anything and everything." This week she got me bologna. I was so excited, it had been so long since I'd even seen it. I said, "Girls! Guess What! We got some bologna!" Silence. Stares. One said, "Maybe I had that once before, I don't remember." Blink. Blink. "Girls! It's lunch meat! And not just that, it's lunch meat that I used to eat when I was a kid!" Then I thought about reading the ingredients to them, but since the first one was "mechanically separated chicken" I thought not. Anyway, today I made them bologna sandwiches for lunch, not just to feed them but to educate them on this important part of American culture. They were so excited. But I didn't just make them plain 'ol bologna sandwiches, I made them JUST like I used to eat them.
One side with ketchup smiley faces.