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Buy this: The best bologna in Georgia and other products for food lovers

From the finest bologna in Georgia to a locally made barbecue sauce, we’ve got some fun food finds this week. Here’s what we’re stocking up on right now.

Bologna roll from Southern Soul Barbecue

You haven’t tasted bologna until you bite into a slice of the wood-smoked bologna sausage from Southern Soul Barbecue. Made using high-quality cuts of beef, pork and bacon, some bold spices and patient wood-fire smoking, this bologna is full of flavor. No wonder it’s one of the most popular items for this barbecue lover’s destination out on Georgia’s St. Simons Island . Oh, and if you like what you taste, head over to Williams-Sonoma in Ponce City Market and pick up some Southern Soul rubs and sauces. $10 per 1-pound chub, 912-638-7685,

Atlanta restaurant Sweet Auburn Barbecue recently began bottling its signature barbecue sauce.

Sweet Auburn Barbecue BBQ Sauce

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Poncey-Highland restaurant Sweet Auburn Barbecue recently began bottling its signature barbecue sauce. Pulled pork tastes mighty good when paired with this slightly sweet, not-too- spicy tomato-based sauce. It’s available for purchase through Sweet Auburn Barbecue’s website and at the restaurant. $10.50 per 16-ounce bottle, Sweet Auburn, 656 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta, 678-515-3550,


The HyperChiller cools drinks in sections without diluting them.


This cool gadget turns beverages ice cold in seconds and without diluting them. A multi-chamber design exposes the drink to the equivalent of more than 30 large ice cubes, but protects it with two layers of food-grade stainless steel. Use it to make iced coffee and to quick-chill spirits, wine, tea and more. $29.99. and



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What's cooking? Sweet Auburn Barbecue's green beans

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Ligaya Figueras joined the AJC as its food and dining editor in 2015.

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