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    [QUOTE=pauliec;3968697]Porkroll/Taylor ham. I had some of this for breakfast this morning. I still can't believe some people have never heard of it.

    [IMG]http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lde6pkTj2G1qedasfo1_400.jpg[/IMG]

    [IMG]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_GDVWQz0L-p4/TRvjhn0K_PI/AAAAAAAAAHg/ndKPB-9EywM/s1600/pork-roll-frying.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    +1000. Favorite breakfast sandwich--Taylor Ham, Fried Egg and Cheese on a hard roll. Doused in ketchup.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3968879]+1000. Favorite breakfast sandwich--Taylor Ham, Fried Egg and Cheese on a hard roll. Doused in ketchup.

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    Always best at a diner at 3am with fries & gravy on the side... :yes:

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    [QUOTE=jetswin;3968842]You know what that white stuff is in mortadella? That's right, neck fat ...yummy!

    [IMG]http://formerlyfatmatt.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/chris-farley-photograph-c10101992-fat-neck.jpeg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    Next time you're eating a rump roast, tell yourself:

    "Right now I'm eating a cow's ass."

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;3968695]
    When I was a kid, I was a hardcore Bologna eater
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    :baghead:

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    [QUOTE=jetswin;3968843]lol


    oops wrong picture

    [IMG]http://www.lospaisanosmeatmarket.com/media/pork.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]


    I LOL'd hard when I saw that pic and I dont know why

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    [QUOTE=Fishooked;3968889]Always best at a diner at 3am with fries & gravy on the side... :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Ill have the same, with a side of pancakes!!:D

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3968837]There's an Italian/panini place near me that makes an Italian speck, fontina cheese and baby arugula on a ciabatta panini. It's the tits.[/QUOTE]

    I was 100% positive if you posted in this thread the word t!ts wouldn't be involved...

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    German baloney. Highly underrated. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3968837]There's an Italian/panini place near me that makes an Italian speck, fontina cheese and baby arugula on a ciabatta panini. It's the tits.[/QUOTE]
    Holllllllly molie - I want that!

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3968877]
    As for sliced meat, love the flavored hams and turkeys--black forrest, honey, smoked, virginia, etc.

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    :yes:

    Liverwurst, eggplant parmagiana, egg salad, ... I guess I'm hungry. :cool:

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;3968732]Well, back in the day most were pretty bad tbh. And if you're goin in expecting "real meat taste" you'll be sorely dissapointed as well.

    "Fake Meat" isn;t really intended to be an exact duplicate of real meat. It's more intended to fill the meal-role that a meat item would fill. Veggie Burgers (mostly) taste nothing like a hamburger. Even the best/closest variations are still pretty far off, but they provide a "burger" for veg-heads so burgers n' fries is a possible meal. Same for most of the products, it allows Veg-heads to get protien from Soy or similar sources, while providing a meat-like bulk and chew to recipies and meal-planning.

    The trick for a meat-eater is to approach a beg-product for what it is, not what it is meant to replace. When I did that, I relaized how good a Veggie-Burger can be.

    Also, the wife and I eat ALOT of foreign ethnic food, Chineese, Thai, Indian (lots of Indian) and even Pho Vietnameese and some African ethnic food. All of which have strong options for no-meat meals, if one is careful (many asian cuisines toss things like fish-sauce or beef-broth into items you'd never know contained them if you were uninformed). As such though, we get a whole host of tastes and interesting cuisine to persue, with nary a piece of burger in sight.

    Trust me, I still rock an Italian Metball Sub bro, really. But most days, the Veg-Head lifestyle is pretty decent.[/QUOTE]

    You have to be the biggest almost Vegitarian I have ever seen. You are like those huge dinasaurs that only ate leaves. Warasauras.

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    hot pastrami and coleslaw with russian dressing on toasted whole wheat...the best

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    Hungarian salami, sliced thin. Don't make a mistake and buy the hot unless you like to sweat while having your lunch. Makes for an expensive sandwich but well worth it.

    Montreal smoked meat. Could eat one every day.

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    [QUOTE=MACPAC;3969274] smoked meat. Could eat one every day.[/QUOTE]

    lol



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    Any Spanish meats...::drool:

    thinly sliced jamon on a hot plate :drool:
    [IMG]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_uw9CQVXKCnk/TRRMUNxGjAI/AAAAAAAABZE/U-CrCHOBRPI/s1600/pata-negra.jpg[/IMG]

    chorizo..

    [IMG]http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/photooiasson/photooiasson0912/photooiasson091200007/6026299-chorizo-espagnol-tranch-sur-la-table-en-bois.jpg[/IMG]

    lomo...

    [IMG]http://www.mediterraneandiet.com/Images/lomo-iberico.jpg[/IMG]
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    If there is some Turkish specialty shop you know go and ask for some [I]Pastırma[/I]. It's sort of like a spicy veal bacon;

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    Oh and I have no idea WTF this is but it just seemed to belong in the hampur:


    [IMG]http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQb7aQzqFSV5RZWUTMZ4RUXw5I3OKG7Gw58TbDp6zZumFrkEwb0[/IMG]

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    [QUOTE=The Turk;3969370]
    Oh and I have no idea WTF this is but it just seemed to belong in the hampur:


    [IMG]http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQb7aQzqFSV5RZWUTMZ4RUXw5I3OKG7Gw58TbDp6zZumFrkEwb0[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    A bracon! :D

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;3968716]Given I get to keep the few things I really love, and the veg-head food is actually quite good, it's been quite easy tbh.

    I never cease to be amazed at how many great veg-head meals are possible, and how great they taste tbh, and the assortment of "fake meat" soy and similar products about make it easy.[/QUOTE]

    eating soy regularly increases estrogen production in male bodies.

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    I worked in an Italian pork store from age 13 to about 21 and got to eat EVERY imaginable sliced meat product imaginable to man.

    [SIZE="3"]Love a good prosciutto sliced thin, Cappicola, Olive loaf on occasion.[/SIZE]

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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;3969398]I worked in an Italian pork store from age 13 to about 21 and got to eat EVERY imaginable sliced meat product imaginable to man.

    [SIZE="3"]Love a good prosciutto sliced thin, Cappicola, Olive loaf on occasion.[/SIZE][/QUOTE]

    You ever have culatello or guanciale, southpark. They are both difficult to find outside of Italy.

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