This past summer while on vacation we drove through Salem, VA. I saw bologna biscuits advertised in 2 different restaurants. If i remember correctly one was at a Hardee's (i think it was was .99 here) and another was at a local restaurant. I assume that this is just bologna on a biscuit. If it is something more i'd like to know. Is it fried or right out of the package? I almost stopped to order it just out of curiosity, but my wife and kids would have given me too much grief.
Is this breakfast food like sausage on a biscuit, or this an all day food? And is this something that is eaten other places. I'm from Texas and have never seen this advertised before. Of course we have bologna and we have biscuits, and i'm sure people have combined them plenty. Sort of Spam sandwiches. People eat it all the time, but nobody is proud enough of it to put it on their menu. Unless of course you call it Taylor Ham. But, I digress.
BTW, we ended up eating at Mac and Bob's, which was pretty good and didn't have it on the menu.
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