Taylor Ham, commonly called a Pork Roll, is a staple on breakfast menus in New Jersey. The Pork Roll is a processed pork product made with a mix of spices, salt, a sugar cure, and preservatives that is smoked before being packaged.
Pork Roll is commonly eaten with egg and cheese in a breakfast sandwich. This combination can be served on a croissant, English muffin, or stuffed between any two carb-loaded ends, but is most commonly eaten on a bagel. Pork Roll can also be served across all day parts – at Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop in New York City Taylor ham is served julienned atop a heavy bowl of ramen noodles.
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