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My question is, how'd they make that pie filling?

Put bologna in a food processor and turn it to paste, then set it in a pre-baked pie crust with gelatin or something?
Or did they heat it up after blending it, mix in lard or shortening or something, and let it set as it cooled?

I'd definitely make steak pie, with newfie steak, as a bad joke. Big question is whether to put mustard pickles or ketchup on the top.
 
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My question is, how'd they make that pie filling?

Put bologna in a food processor and turn it to paste, then set it in a pre-baked pie crust with gelatin or something?
Or did they heat it up after blending it, mix in lard or shortening or something, and let it set as it cooled?

I'd definitely make steak pie, with newfie steak, as a bad joke. Big question is whether to put mustard pickles or ketchup on the top.
We literally make a cheesesteak pizza that is thousand island with cheesesteak beef mushroom/bell pepper/onion and pickles with mozaralla on top. I think it's disgusting but people love it.

It's so fucking greasy. Like yes daddy I want your hot mayo. :puke:
 

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I wouldn't use thousand island for a cheesesteak. I'd throw together a sauce involving mayo, horseradish or mustard, worcestershire sauce, and a bit of sugar and salt to fill in the flavor.

Thousand island belongs more on a fully dressed burger.
 

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I wouldn't use thousand island for a cheesesteak. I'd throw together a sauce involving mayo, horseradish or mustard, worcestershire sauce, and a bit of sugar and salt to fill in the flavor.

Thousand island belongs more on a fully dressed burger.
I like Worcestershire. Mixed with mayo, maybe hit it with some hot sauce. But as they recently hired on some dude for more pay for doing less I'm actively trying to move out that situation.
 

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My question is, how'd they make that pie filling?

Put bologna in a food processor and turn it to paste, then set it in a pre-baked pie crust with gelatin or something?
Or did they heat it up after blending it, mix in lard or shortening or something, and let it set as it cooled?

I'd definitely make steak pie, with newfie steak, as a bad joke. Big question is whether to put mustard pickles or ketchup on the top.
bologna paste with gelatin. The crust was crumbled hot dog buns.