Pork roll is a pork-based processed meat originating and commonly available in New Jersey, Delaware and parts of Pennsylvania and Maryland. Taylor and Trenton are the brand names for pork roll made by Taylor Provisions.
Pork roll is generally sliced and pan-fried or grilled, but can also be microwaved. It is commonly given one to four cuts along its outer edge to prevent the slices from curling in the middle and cooking unevenly.
Trenton Pork Roll
Made by Taylor Provisions also, this is also considered Taylor’s Pork Roll but Trenton is milder tasting than the original. It is typically eaten as part of a sandwich, with popular condiments including salt, pepper and ketchup.