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    Re: Bagels

    C&Ds Warwick ny the best

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    Re: Bagels

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    The Bagel Station on Route 15 in Sparta.
    Nice folks but their bagels are too fluffy. Obviously not made by some old world type....

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    Re: Bagels

    Quote Originally Posted by Catskill Lover View Post
    Taylor ham!!!!
    Of COURSE it's Taylor Ham... The GOVERNMENT Made him change the name... So that's why LIBS call it Pork Roll.....

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    Re: Bagels

    So that's why LIBS call it Pork Roll

    It's a lot worse than that. Everyone in South Jersey calls it pork roll. And the same people actually eat scrapple. Go figure.


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    Re: Bagels

    Quote Originally Posted by greg s View Post
    So that's why LIBS call it Pork Roll

    It's a lot worse than that. Everyone in South Jersey calls it pork roll. And the same people actually eat scrapple. Go figure.
    GO FIGURE...

    You'd think that people would steer clear of a food that has the word CRAP in it...

    Ya see I won't go NEAR Shiitake mushrooms or even Dumplings...

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    Re: Bagels

    Newbie here. We eat scrapple in these parts (Trenton, Central NJ) get my round rolls from the old school "Italian People's bakery" in the 'burg. They know how to do it. I live and breath delorenzo's tomato pies. If you order them as "pizzas" and not "pies" are you even from Jersey?

    Its pork roll down here, never understood the taylor ham thing, but according to most northerners central NJ doesn't exist (it does)

    Good bagels in my neck of the woods if you're ever passing through are Bagels N Cream in Robbinsville, NY Bagel Deli in Ewing, and Bagelissimo by the Columbus flea market has a mean jalapeno cheddar bagel if you're into that kinda thing.

    Quick anecdote somewhat relevant here is the pizza in Los Angeles is one of the saddest things I've ever eaten, college buddy told me it was just as good as NJ and I laughed in his face.


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    Re: Bagels

    Quote Originally Posted by Joeblowv1 View Post
    Newbie here. We eat scrapple in these parts (Trenton, Central NJ) get my round rolls from the old school "Italian People's bakery" in the 'burg. They know how to do it. I live and breath delorenzo's tomato pies. If you order them as "pizzas" and not "pies" are you even from Jersey?

    Its pork roll down here, never understood the taylor ham thing, but according to most northerners central NJ doesn't exist (it does)

    Good bagels in my neck of the woods if you're ever passing through are Bagels N Cream in Robbinsville, NY Bagel Deli in Ewing, and Bagelissimo by the Columbus flea market has a mean jalapeno cheddar bagel if you're into that kinda thing.

    Quick anecdote somewhat relevant here is the pizza in Los Angeles is one of the saddest things I've ever eaten, college buddy told me it was just as good as NJ and I laughed in his face.
    They have the same idea in Chicago. The thin crust there is pathetic.

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    Re: Bagels

    you live in South Jersey 609 man


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    Re: Bagels

    Italian People’s makes the best hard roll on the planet.

    When I was dating my wife we went to meet her family for the first time. As we got about a mile from her mom & dads house I was looking for a sign that this girl was the right one and voila I looked to the left and saw “The pork roll store”. Her mom still makes me a pork roll or Taylor ham, egg, and cheese on an Italian people’s roll whenever we stay over. I married well


    Quote Originally Posted by Joeblowv1 View Post
    Newbie here. We eat scrapple in these parts (Trenton, Central NJ) get my round rolls from the old school "Italian People's bakery" in the 'burg. They know how to do it. I live and breath delorenzo's tomato pies. If you order them as "pizzas" and not "pies" are you even from Jersey?

    Its pork roll down here, never understood the taylor ham thing, but according to most northerners central NJ doesn't exist (it does)

    Good bagels in my neck of the woods if you're ever passing through are Bagels N Cream in Robbinsville, NY Bagel Deli in Ewing, and Bagelissimo by the Columbus flea market has a mean jalapeno cheddar bagel if you're into that kinda thing.

    Quick anecdote somewhat relevant here is the pizza in Los Angeles is one of the saddest things I've ever eaten, college buddy told me it was just as good as NJ and I laughed in his face.


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