Taylor Pork Roll is a ground pork product popular in New Jersey since the mid-1800’s. Sometimes called Taylor ham, it was popular enough in New Jersey to be called “New Jersey Sausage.” Developed in 1856, it was originally a cylindrical, bologna-like tube of meat packaged in cotton, but now comes pre-sliced. It is usually served […]
What is Boudin Sausage? Boudin is a Cajun sausage that is made from pork, pork organ meat, cooked rice, and vegetables such as onions and peppers and stuffed in pork casings. There are basically two types: boudin blanc, or white boudin, and boudin rouge, or red boudin. Boudin sausage originated in France, and there are still boudin sausages […]
Scrapple is a sausage dish enjoyed primarily in Pennsylvania Dutch region and in parts of the neighboring states of New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware. Each region tends to favor different variations of the product. Most people outside these regions have never heard of it, but it can also be purchased as a commercial product in other U.S locations.