Snack Size Hot Salamis

Jan 24, 2013 by     No Comments    Posted under: Uncategorized

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Hot Salami and NFL Football just make sense, but there is a problem, you can’t get Gioia’s Hot Salami on a Sunday! Every NFL Season I get people pulling me aside telling me how awesome it would be if they had Hot Salami for their Sunday football party. Here is my solution to this problem…

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Snack Size Hot Salamis


I took our famous Hot Salami and put it in a 1 inch casing instead of a 4 inch casing. I sell them in 1 to 2 pound frozen logs. The smaller log makes the Hot Salami much easier to cook and serve at home than the usual 5 pound logs.

Just boil the frozen Hot Salami for about an hour, take off the casing and serve. It’s that simple.

I just brought a snack sized Hot Salami to a party with some cheese and crackers and it was a HIT! Check it out…

I just boiled the log frozen for about an hour then took the casing off and served it on crackers.


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