There’s A Pork Roll Festival Happening In New Jersey And It’s As Amazing As It Sounds

Pork Roll, also known as Taylor Ham in the northern part of the state, is a New Jersey staple. We typically pair it with egg and cheese on a hard roll for breakfast (or lunch) but it goes well with almost anything. The Garden State’s very own spiced meat, it’s a magnificent treat, and it deserves to be celebrated. Lucky for us, New Jersey is home to TWO competing pork roll festivals, both taking place on the same day.

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The hardest choice is deciding which festival to attend. Perhaps both? Do you have a favorite? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments, and let us know if you call it Pork Roll or Taylor Ham. For more on the Pork Roll/Taylor Ham debate, click here.