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While New Jersey would love for that story to be true, Taylor Ham’s official history begins in 1856. John Taylor created pork roll in Trenton, New Jersey. He originally sold his pork product under the name Taylor Ham, which is what North Jersey still calls it today. However, Taylor wasn’t the only one making pork roll. In 1870, farmer and butcher George Washington Case developed his own recipe and packaged it in corn husks.

Despite North Jersey insisting pork roll should be called Taylor Ham, regardless of the actual brand, Taylor was forced to change his product’s name when the Pure Food and Drug Act passed in 1906 and his product no longer met the new legal definition of ham. In order to meet the new legal regulations, Taylor Ham was rechristened as pork roll, but in North Jersey the old name stuck. (i.e. North Jersey is outdated, antiquated, and wrong)

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@Rusty, you are in fact putting pork roll in your mouth! :eek::rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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26 minutes ago, mowin said:

You jersey guys are messed up.  You can keep your Taylor roll or whatever it's called.   

It's not life or death for those of us in NJ, it's far more important than that! 

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1 hour ago, mowin said:

So, is this stuff as nasty as spam? 

Taylor Ham is from before 1906, so it probably tastes worse than spam if that's even possible.  Northern NJers love it though, bunch of weirdos! :rofl:

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