Awesome Garlic Bologna



  • I’ve been making various bologna’s for awhile and just couldn’t nail the texture or flavor. After finding Walton’s and many shipments later! 🙂 I used the Frank and Bologna seasoning, cure, gel + whole head of roasted garlic to get this divine product. Kids love it. Now if Austin would just the slow the hell down in his videos I could learn more 😉

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    @craigw9292 Glad to hear it came out so well! Sometimes using a unit like the frank and bologna and adding stuff to it can really give you that specific taste you are looking for! As for Austins speed, it’s a balance, we have a lot of information to get through so we don’t want the videos to be all 15 minutes long. We are going to be reshooting and reformatting a bunch of videos and pacing is one thing we will be concentrating on, so hopefully that will get better in the future!



  • @Jonathon Thanks Jonathon, a couple things for the videos if you are editing. Speed of course and I know that’s tough, I do lots of public speaking and go like a steam engine 🙂 but something that helps the most, adding text to the screen especially for ingredients, timings etc. thanks though, great videos - they have rock solid advice.


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