I don't know about you, Gentle Readers, but I do.
It was probably during World War Two and, yes, I lived through that, having been born in 1940.
I would think it was because of rationing and shortages due to foodstuffs being sent overseas to the troops.
SWMBO and I were talking about that recently and I said "But they ate C-rations and stuff out of tin cans, didn't they?"
She said the front line fighting forces probably did eat that way but those behind the lines did better, having field kitchens and the like.
So, back home: fried bologna.
And another one I remember: fried Spam.
Actually I must have developed a taste for Spam because I still buy it occasionally and enjoy slices of it in sandwiches.
It's been a long time since I tried frying any though.
From what I read, if I lived in Hawaii Spam would be a main part of my dining, in many recipes.
I don't know anyone who enjoys fried bologna these days, though.
And as for either Spam or bologna, don't bother telling me what goes into them.
I don't want to know.