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Old 09-10-2018, 10:32 AM
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Okay my friends in the know. I am having myself a Taylor pork roll sandwich for my lunch.

Make slits in how many slices? (They are kinda thin)
Fry an egg too?
Add sliced tomato and thinly sliced sweet Vidalia and mayonnaise or mustard?

Bread preference?

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It's best on a roll. I like mayo too but don't tell anyone. Cook it over low heat and it will curl, then flip it and the other side curls and you are done. Melt the cheese if you are using, only american. No swiss or anything like that.

North Jersey: Taylor Ham
South Jersey/Philly: Pork Roll.

Never a combo.

Artisan ice cream places have been making Taylor Ham ice cream these last few summers.

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Ok. I have to ask. What is the difference between pork roll and good old fashion bologna?
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Ah...As it is often heard in the hinterlands...

We have done and et.

I made it on toasted potato bread nice and dense. Three pieces of Taylor pork roll and one piece of American cheese, thinly sliced sweet onion and tomato..(not Ohio or New Jersey tomato) but you have to go on...… A nice fried egg, salt and pepper and mayonnaise and catsup. I cut it in two and gave the biggest part to my sweet husband...and then I enjoyed my part immensely.It was yummy and satisfying and kind of reminded me of my childhood fried baloney sandwiches...So glad I tried it and will buy it again.

Kind of sorry I gave him the biggest part. sigh.
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All you need now is a cigarette and a Yoohoo, some gambling tickets in your pocket, and you could work as a longshore(wo)man in Port Elizabeth.
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All you need now is a cigarette and a Yoohoo, some gambling tickets in your pocket, and you could work as a longshore(wo)man in Port Elizabeth.
Now that evokes a memory from my soul of the Bayway Diner - before Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives - and the original 9 stools!
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Growing up in NYC, we called it Taylor's Ham. Bought it sliced thin at the deli. When not making a sandwich, I used to eat it just rolled up with a spoonful of Breakstone's cottage cheese inside.
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Now that evokes a memory from my soul of the Bayway Diner - before Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives - and the original 9 stools!
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The man who owned The Bayway Diner also owned a Biker Bar in Elizabeth. He was so chilled out at The Diner and made a mint. The Burgers were Fantastic. Every truck coming out of The Refinery was almost required to stop there. When he was at the bar just a different person. This was many moons ago.

Big Stash's in Linden is out of business, what a shame.
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Ok. I have to ask. What is the difference between pork roll and good old fashion bologna?
I was wondering this also
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I was wondering this also
Taylor Ham I think and has a polar opposite taste to bologna that is hard to compare to anything else. If you ever believed any Bologna I've ever sold on here I promise you will be happy if you find it in the store now.

Mrs. Nucky had a friend and her husband stay with us for a week while they searched for a home. They paid the favor back to Mrs. Nucky with 15 lbs of Pork Roll sent in Dry Ice thru the mail. They were mortified that it couldn't be purchased here. Guess we were wrong about that.
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Taylor Ham I think and has a polar opposite taste to bologna that is hard to compare to anything else. If you ever believed any Bologna I've ever sold on here I promise you will be happy if you find it in the store now.

Mrs. Nucky had a friend and her husband stay with us for a week while they searched for a home. They paid the favor back to Mrs. Nucky with 15 lbs of Pork Roll sent in Dry Ice thru the mail. They were mortified that it couldn't be purchased here. Guess we were wrong about that.
Might have to try it
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