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(   Pork Roll Festival at the state capitol will be a celebration of N.J.'s unofficial state meat   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Taylor Ham, New Jersey, festivals  
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2014-03-14 09:03:02 AM  
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5monkeys: I'm from Jersey and have never really understood the pork roll obsession.

Clearly you've never been out to a NJ diner after a night of heavy drinking. There is nothing greater than a pork roll egg and cheese sandwich with some salt, pepper and ketchup to cap the evening....except maybe a plate of disco fries.
2014-03-14 08:59:48 AM  
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smed7: H31N0US: "TAYLOR HAM!!!"



It's real simple actually,  it's called "Pork Roll".  Taylor Ham is what New Yorkers and other transplants that invaded North Jersey call it and for reasons that really aren't clear.  Even the packaging says "Taylor Pork Roll" - no mention of ham -and as any Pork Roll officianado knows, it's not ham.

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This might have something to do with the confusion.
2014-03-14 08:15:28 AM  
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Mama if you please pass me the pork roll egg and cheese, if you please on a Kaiser bun.
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