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Old 11-30-2020, 11:47 AM
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My grandmother used to make pigs in the blanket it was hamburger wrapped in cabbage with some sort of red sauce.
Some people call little hotdogs wrapped in Pillsbury dough pigs in the blanket. What other thing have you head of that people call pigs in the blanket.
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Hot dog in pizza dough
Or a sausage calzone
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Stuffed cabbage. One of my all time favorite foods. We take it very seriously here in Pittsburgh.
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Sausage wrapped in pancakes
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Originally Posted by Brad1 View Post
Stuffed cabbage. One of my all time favorite foods. We take it very seriously here in Pittsburgh.
A golumpki? Polish food?
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Little Smokies wrapped in crescent roll batter and baked in the oven. Good to dip in honey mustard sauce. The cabbage roll sound good.
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Huh??? Everyone knows it is sausage links on a hotcake.
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Originally Posted by Brad1 View Post
Stuffed cabbage. One of my all time favorite foods. We take it very seriously here in Pittsburgh.
Do you have a recipe you would share?
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Originally Posted by Optimistic Angler View Post
little hotdogs wrapped in Pillsbury dough.
That. Everybody knows what pigs in a blanket are. And barbecue means slow smoked brisket. Not chopped up pork shoulder. If you don't believe me just ask any Texan! :>)
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Hotdogs or sausages wrapped in dough....Do you fry them like bacon
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lil smokies in dough with a dipping sauce, usually honey mustard
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Originally Posted by Vantaredoc View Post
Hotdogs or sausages wrapped in dough....Do you fry them like bacon
Lol, I see what you did there.

And yes, lil sausages (usually lil smokies) wrapped in crescent rolls and dipped in honey mustard.

​​​​​​Then there's the pig in a puppy which is specific to this area...
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Originally Posted by ytmorris View Post
lil smokies in dough with a dipping sauce, usually honey mustard
This. Served with beer.
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Christmas morning at our house. Little smokies in cresent roll dough with yellow mustard.
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Originally Posted by Lprizman View Post
A golumpki? Polish food?
Mix some ground sweet Italian sausage w/the hamburg and rice. That was my mother's way of adding an Italian touch to traditional golumpkis . Then serve them w/homemade tomato sauce.
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hot dog or sausage wrapped in Crescent dough...pizza dough works in a pinch.
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Originally Posted by Cobia 217 View Post
Mix some ground sweet Italian sausage w/the hamburg and rice. That was my mother's way of adding an Italian touch to traditional golumpkis . Then serve them w/homemade tomato sauce.
Correct!!!!
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Ummmm, it’s always been a hot cake wrapped around a sausage link.
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Originally Posted by Cobia 217 View Post
Mix some ground sweet Italian sausage w/the hamburg and rice. That was my mother's way of adding an Italian touch to traditional golumpkis . Then serve them w/homemade tomato sauce.
A friend growing up was from Poland. Could barely speak English when I met him. His mom made them for us different than I was accustomed to where they were cooked in a pot, steamed I suppose. Authentic and very good.

My mom also used to make them, baked in the oven. She would roast them until the oils carmelized the cabbage. no tomato sauce. Friggin unbelievably good.
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Originally Posted by Mako 234 View Post
Sausage wrapped in pancakes
^^^^^ this

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