Since Walmart and Publix stores quit selling garlic bologna, does anyone know where I can find it In Kissimmee, Fl. (Orlando, Fl., area. I was telling someone about how we used to eat it all the time.
I could've sworn I've seen Boar's Head garlic bologna at Publix delis, but I could be wrong.
You should call Polonia, the wonderful Polish restaurant in Longwood that sells several authentic Polish sausages and other cured meats and provisions: http://www.polonia-restaurant.com/
They may have it, or they'd know who would.
When I was buying Bologna I'd look for good Garlic Bologna, but since I've been going to the Italian markets and buying Daniele Mortadella sliced real thin, I haven't thought about bologna since... It's full flavor and garlicky, along with containing the occasional sliced pistachio or peppercorn... It's what I always hoped the garlic bologna would taste like... I get it at Cacciatore Brothers in Tampa... About $5.00 a pound...
So sad that Publix quit producing their house brand garlic bologna... I have been delivering to Publix DCs for years including their home office there in Lakeland where these products are produced. This was the drawing card for me at their stores.... I so loved how it made the whole fridge smell so WONDERFUL!! Since they stopped carrying that I have no real reason to visit their retail stores any longer. I know that sounds extreme... but the Boars Head that is mentioned here doesn't hold a candle.. I'll just have to resort to creating my own.. The Mortadella is a great alternative..