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View Poll Results: Do you know what pork roll is?
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Old 11-09-2015, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Just curious...

If you do know, have you had it? Thoughts?

I'm interested to see how limited to NJ it really is since we have a pretty diverse community.

Pork roll is the king of breakfast meats. Fuck bacon.




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Old 11-09-2015, 05:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If you mean sauage roll, then yes. I liked them when I ate meat. They're tasty.
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Nope, but that makes me think I should add a pic. Thanks
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That would be popular in New Jersey.
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Looks a bit like spam. Is it disgusting?
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I can't recall ever seeing it in the New England area, although I don't usually buy processed meats so I might not notice it if it's available where I am. Looks like a cross between bologna and what's commonly known in New England as 'Canadian bacon.'
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Is that spam sausage? Gross.
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'Canadian bacon.'
That's probably the thing it's closest too.

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Is that spam sausage? Gross.
And it's TASTY as fuck.
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I can't recall ever seeing it in the New England area, although I don't usually buy processed meats so I might not notice it if it's available where I am. Looks like a cross between bologna and what's commonly known in New England as 'Canadian bacon.'
Don't they call it "Canadian bacon" elsewhere in the US and also in Canada? I remember John Candy made a movie called Canadian Bacon so I thought they called it "Canadian bacon" everywhere.

I think it is closer to a Salami than Bologna. It's not bad, a bit on the sweet side. Sometimes I make a BLT with pork roll, more like a PRLT. I like anything with lettuce, tomatoes, mayonnaise on toast.
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Canadian bacon is just from a different part of the pig and usually comes breaded with peameal. Not that stuff.
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