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Old 06-27-2005, 10:21 PM   #1
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Is this like the tastiest food anywhere?

Who here has had this wonderful meat?

I think it is only sold here in New Jersey and some parts near NYC. And maybe in some places in Florida.

Best brand by far is Taylor (based in Trenton, NJ), thus, sometimes it is called Taylor Ham.

Sooo tasty, but sooo bad for you!

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It cant be better than a Gyro. Hey brad, I bet lot of people are going to be mad at u for saying the name of something that tastes, good, arf arf, they are dieting.
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Old 06-28-2005, 03:20 AM   #3
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If its called taylor ham then yes ive tried it im more into ribs if you find a place that makes them really good.
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taylor ham is one of the best things in the world. on an english muffin, with melted cheddar, and some ketchup ... that is a cheat meal if i've ever seen one.

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We have a deli here that makes killer sandwiches. One of their claims to fame is a "Slider": Pork roll, egg and cheese. They are massive. They put, like, a 1/2# of meat on the thing, a couple of eggs and I don't even know how much cheese.

One day my buddy and I go in there for breakfast. I order just a regular 'ol Taylor Ham sandwich w/ mustard. He orders up TWO sliders! The owner asks where the third person is. My friend says they are both for him. The owner refused to make him two. My friend was adamant he could eat them both as he was very hungry (a side note: Gary--my friend--is one of those Ed Norton types, who can eat and eat and eat and stay skinny; I've seen him out eat guys on 5000 calorie diets)

Anyway, the owner and Gary go back and forth for a bit, then they struck a deal: The owner would make him one. If he finished it and wanted another, he would then cook it up. AND, if Gary ate both sandwiches right there, they were free.

Gary ate the first one and pulled a Roberto Duran: "No mas." These sandwiches are BIG!
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next time that i know im going to jeresey since i live in NY youve got to give me the directions to that place...im almost positive i can down 2 of them lol
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I bet my skinny cousin can eat two of those sliders.
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You're looking at probably a pound of meat, 4 or 5 eggs and a quarter pound of cheese on two rolls.
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sounds tasty. and apoc gyro's are awsome also to bad its not as good for your as it taste
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