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    There's often a jar of it on the counter at taverns and mom-and-pop convenience stores. Kind of like pickled pigs feet in the South.

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    I love ring bologna but it has to be Berks brand. Never saw it pickled tho.

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    Here is something we can all be proud of.There was a vendor at Johnson City with a b-b-q trailer at the top of the hill coming up from the beer tent area.On the last day he told me that he was so impressed with us as a group,he was going to buy a BMW so he could join in. says a lot i think..Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Gee, I've never heard of half of that stuff. I guess it doesn't make it to my side of the Susquehanna.
    I live on your side of the Susquehanna.

    Its east of the West Branch also ! Most of it gets served during High School Football games, Flea Markets and church festivals depending on which Saint. The majority of the listings are featured in the Shamokin to Jim Thorpe region, a short ride from Bloomsburg. My favorite is potatoe candy or how about city chicken.

    City Chicken
    1/2 lb. pork
    1/2 lb. veal
    1 egg, beaten
    Bread crumbs (seasoned if you want)
    1 c. milk

    Heat oven to 350 degrees. Cut pork and veal into 1" cubes. Thread on bamboo or wooden skewers, alternating chunks of pork and veal. Dip the skewers in the egg, then the bread crumbs, to coat. Saute until browned.

    Put skewers in a baking pan, and add milk. Cover in foil, and bake about 1 hour.

    During the depression, chicken was more expensive than pork. So pork and veal were substituted for and "passed off" as chicken. The pork and veal are alternated on a wooden skewer such that it resembles a chicken leg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    Babka
    Bean Soup
    Bethlehem Cookies
    Bleenies
    Boilo
    Hot Bologna
    Borscht
    City Chicken
    Flitch
    Halushki
    Halupkies
    Hrudka
    Mozhee
    Pickles
    Pickled Eggs
    Pierogies
    Poplanuk
    Paska
    Aaaarrrggggg...'Coal Cracker' food..no wonder Centralia is still burning..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centralia,_Pennsylvania

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    City Chicken

    I haven't had city chicken since I left for college in 1959. I always thought it was made from mystery meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay View Post
    Aaaarrrggggg...'Coal Cracker' food..no wonder Centralia is still burning..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centralia,_Pennsylvania

    Yanno, I got off the bike in Centralia last fall and walked around but couldn't find any fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Yanno, I got off the bike in Centralia last fall and walked around but couldn't find any fire.
    You must have missed his blog in the MOA a couple of years ago...

    http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/2010/0...ay-out-of.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay View Post
    You must have missed his blog in the MOA a couple of years ago...

    http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/2010/0...ay-out-of.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay View Post
    You must have missed his blog in the MOA a couple of years ago...

    http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/2010/0...ay-out-of.html

    Clay
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    thats was some funny stuff...
    "The guys were soon passing this gadget around and measuring the temperature of everything. I was bending over my bike at that moment and heard them log my butt in at 108 degrees.

    ÔÇ£I donÔÇÖt care how hot that gets, IÔÇÖm not cooking my lunch there,ÔÇØ said Rich Cavaliere."

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    Ah, city chicken, halushka, hrudka, I grew up on that stuff. Pierogies too. How about some good stuffed cabbage, chicken paprikas, or potato soup. Even green been soup. Good peasant food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay View Post
    I hope this year someone has contacted the following vendors:

    http://www.tastykake.com/

    http://www.genosteaks.com/

    http://www.habbersettscrapple.com/

    http://amorosobaking.com/

    ...without these vendors then the Pa. Rally ain't real deal !!

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    I can't get TastyKakes where I live and my mouth is watering for some. I miss eating them.

    I also want a good cheesesteak!

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    I think this is the single best introduction to the culture of the Rally site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Gee, I've never heard of half of that stuff. I guess it doesn't make it to my side of the Susquehanna.
    Yes, you are on the sorry side of the state. For food that is. The Hard Coal is the best non-urban region of PA for food. Thankfully, the Poles and Ukrainians came and saved us from the PA Dutch. Avoiding any restaurant that advertises "PA Dutch" is usually best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Yanno, I got off the bike in Centralia last fall and walked around but couldn't find any fire.
    It sorta takes the thrill out of it. Doesn't it?
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