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Posted by Michael Stern on Friday, December 6, 2013 9:14 AM

New Jersey's Clinton Station Diner, off I-78 just east of the Delaware River, has gained television notoriety for such outrageously-sized burgers as the 50-pound Mount Olympus and the 105-pound Eighth Wonder, the latter coming with a $5000 prize to any group of 10 people who can eat the whole thing in an hour. We like the hospitable 24/7/365 diner first thing in the morning -- for freshly-squeezed O.J. and a bounteous version of the Garden State breakfast sandwich of Taylor ham (aka pork roll), egg, and cheese on a roll. Known in diner lingo as a triple bypass, this caution-to-the-wind extravagance destroys appetite beyond sundown.

2 Comments:

Oh what I'd give for one of those rolls. I can do the insides, but there are no hard rolls where I live.
Posted by Michael Hoffman on Friday, Dec 6, 2013 8:44 PM


If you have the hard roll grilled...it takes up to the next level!!! i lived 15 years in the Garden State and would have one of these at least 2x a week.
Posted by The Monk on Sunday, Dec 8, 2013 3:27 PM

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