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Old 02-28-2012, 12:56 AM   #21
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I have to agree that it is hard to describe. A much more meaty flavor and consistency than spam, thats for sure. When we lived in Bayville, my mother pretty much made it for us every day for breakfast.

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Old 02-28-2012, 09:44 AM   #22
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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.
BINGO!
The stuff looks like a hybrid of spam & fried bologna; pure nastiness in my book...
Though I'll admit I'd probably eat it if I were starving in the zombie apocalypse, but not till then.
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Old 02-28-2012, 08:36 PM   #23
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Wow, I thought this stuff was everywhere. Wait, what? Are you telling me that pork roll, egg and cheese sandwiches are not available at every deli and diner across the country? That's BS man.
Yeah, it is like scrapple. It is only in a very small area. Hell, even in DE it isn't the easiest thing to find and most people don't know what it is. Only 1 or two grocery stores sell it around here and it is practically impossible to find a pork roll sandwhich anywhere.

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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.
Not even close.

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The stuff looks like a hybrid of spam & fried bologna; pure nastiness in my book...
Though I'll admit I'd probably eat it if I were starving in the zombie apocalypse, but not till then.
Regards, GF.
Then you have never had it made right or just some nasty brand.
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Old 03-08-2012, 05:37 PM   #24
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@Revvy, not to be a weisenheimer, but french fries refer to the cut of the potato. They are potatoes that have been "frenched" and then fried.

This thread has added yet another fattening and unhealthy "must try" to my list. So far I have grown to love scrapple, blood sausage, headcheese, corned beef hash, and several other meat products SWMBO disdanes.

Personally, for my money it doesnt get any better than a Griff dog in the East Village or even better souvlaki.

At home if Summer isnt around you might catch me wrapping a slice of bacon around a frank, adding pepperocini and saurkraut before hitting it with american cheese. A line of mustard and a line of rooster sauce (you cannot stump the rooooster) and you have a coronary on a bun

My first girlfriend (a redhead south african jewish girl) had a family that enjoyed fried bologna with eggs for breakfast. Tried it, wasnt that into it.

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Old 03-08-2012, 05:50 PM   #25
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Meh, we have the Sonoran Dog!


Hot Damn that looks good!
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Old 03-08-2012, 05:53 PM   #26
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Until you have personally experienced the glory that is Taylor Ham, you know not how empty and meaningless your life is.

NOTHING else can compare to its salty, meaty goodness. It is with out peer and the epitome of all that is good and holy in breakfast meets!

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Until you have personally experienced the glory that is Taylor Ham, you know not how empty and meaningless your life is.

NOTHING else can compare to its salty, meaty goodness. It is with out peer and the epitome of all that is good and holy in breakfast meets!
I agree so much with this that I just cut my pinky toe off
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The only thing better than pork roll, of course, is scrapple. Not sure if it can found outside of the PA NJ area

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I love me some pork roll. Its totally a Jersey thing. I live close to a family business who has made a name making and selling pork roll among other cuts of meat. http://porkrollstore.co/ The elderly man who runs the place has been making pork roll for 60 years, just like his dad did. It is an awesome thing when its sauteed in a pan with some butter, topped with american cheese and a fried egg on a kaiser roll.

Its a bit pricey to ship, but you guys outside of the NJ PA area just don't know what you are missing.

And please Revvy, 'fried bologna', come on, thats crass.

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The only thing better than pork roll, of course, is scrapple. Not sure if it can found outside of the PA NJ area
Better? I don't know about that but it is certainly equally awesome!
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