One of the top products we offer, our Lebanon bologna features a tart, smoky taste. The all-beef recipe combines premium spices and acidity to create the distinct, delicious flavor you know and love. At S. Clyde Weaver, we provide fresh and high-quality bologna with old-time methods we perfected over a hundred years ago.
How We Create Quality and Freshness
To make our Lebanon bologna, we cure lean beef with preservation methods and flavorings of spices, including white pepper, black pepper, mace and nutmeg. The meat cold-smokes with only natural wood for more than 24 hours. Aging the beef through the fermentation process minimizes moisture and develops a well-balanced flavor.
Pennsylvania’s Favorite Lebanon Bologna
Enhance your kitchen with a taste of local culture. This semi-dry, fermented beef is known as a Pennsylvania Dutch snack throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, Lancaster and Lebanon counties, and the surrounding communities. Experience it as a savory delight on its own, as a complementary pairing with cheeses and crackers, or as a deluxe ingredient in sandwiches.
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1 review for Lebanon Bologna
Ingredients: Beef, Salt, Sugar, Dextrose, Spices, Lactic Acid Starter Culture, Sodium Erythorbate, and Sodium Nitrite.*Percent values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kristen (verified owner) –
Flavor is amazingly smokey and rich. Texture is very soft. My only complaint is there are a lot of white stringy bits that get stuck in my teeth and it kind of grosses me out. But when I cut it up and put it in Mac n cheese it’s beautiful. I want to try and put it in some kind of soup also. The smell and flavor are so rich.