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Old 02-27-2012, 11:56 PM   #11
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Of course that does just looked like fired bologna...maybe you guys think you have something unique that the rest of America thinks is just crap.
Like those chili dogs you call Detroit Coney's?
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Old 02-27-2012, 11:57 PM   #12
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I'm not from NJ (my wife is) and I can tell you that neither WA (where I grew up) or CA (where I live) has anything like it. I really like fried bologna sandwiches also, but Taylor ham (pork roll) is very different.

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Old 02-27-2012, 11:59 PM   #13
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Like those chili dogs you call Detroit Coney's?
You just can't handle the fact that we invented them can you? I know it's a shock that they weren't really invented in coney island, that they were NAMED for the place...but really man, that was so last year.
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Mmmmmm......Coney's!

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Old 02-28-2012, 12:08 AM   #15
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You just can't handle the fact that we invented them can you? I know it's a shock that they weren't really invented in coney island, that they were NAMED for the place...but really man, that was so last year.
Meh, we have the Sonoran Dog!

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Old 02-28-2012, 12:11 AM   #16
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Taylor pork roll is readily available in Atlanta. If course, so are people from NJ, so go figure.

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You just can't handle the fact that we invented them can you? I know it's a shock that they weren't really invented in coney island, that they were NAMED for the place...but really man, that was so last year.
Revvy knows hit dogs like he knows beer apparently. In Upstate NY, especially around Plattsburgh, that particular style of chili dog is called a Michegan. And they're great, BTW. But we call 'em Michegans because the guys who made 'em first were from there, relocated to Coney Island.

Now why people in the Mitten decided to take the food their guys made and that other people call by their name a Coney is beyond me. But thems the facts.
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Now why people in the Mitten decided to take the food their guys made and that other people call by their name a Coney is beyond me. But thems the facts.
I think it's the same reason they call those fried potato sticks, "french fries" though they were invented elsewhere, or ground beef patties served on buns the hamburger, they they weren't invented in Hamburgh. Or icecream/spongecake heated "Baked Alaska" even though it is norwegian, to lend an air of "exotic-ness" to the food.

I bet those greeks who first invented the coney in Jackson, or Flint Michigan saw Coney Island as a magical place and wanted to honor it.
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Makes sense. Coneys in Michigan and Michigans in the North Country. Very exotic. And we wonder why everyone else is confused.

All I know is I want one.

Back on topic, however, I've never had a pork roll either. No clue what it tastes like.

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nope, it doesnt taste anything like ham or fried bologna. I would probably compare it most like american style canadian bacon, but its still very different

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