So living in jersey there are these things called pork rolls. Only once in my life have I tried them and that was on a WaWa breakfast sandwich. WaWa is one of the greatest convenience stores ever! Definition of a pork roll, from the wiki... "Pork roll is a type of sausage-like meat product commonly available in and around New Jersey. In North Jersey it is usually called Taylor Ham. The product was originally developed late in the 19th century by John Taylor of Trenton, New Jersey, though several firms produce it today. Although the product is widely consumed and enjoyed, it resists accurate description. Some people compare the taste and/or texture to SPAM, Treet, baloney, mild salami, or US-style Canadian bacon." I was picking up other meats to smoke and there was a pack on sale for $2.99, that's a pretty good deal. I split the stack in half and did one half with olive oil, salt and CbP, the other one I coated in bacon and a rub. Why? Well, because this was an experiment and I had no clue what to expect so I just went with it. Tossed in the smoker over hickory for 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Had to use an apple because I was out of potatoes, onions and didn't want to smoke another garlic head since i have plenty. Pulled them off when they looked done (pre-cooked so no temping required) They looked pretty good though I guess I'm just not a fan of pork roll. They tasted almost like a thick slice of bologna but with a bit less flavor. Smoking and rubbing helped but they weren't great. I decided to try frying them in a pan since fried bologna is so popular and that really helped with the flavor and texture. Sorry this pic is so dark, wanted to get one after I fried it up and didn't realize how dark it came out... I probably should have dusted each slice and then put them back together and smoked, though I doubt I will make them again in the near future. Lots of people love pork roll so don't let my experience turn you off to it, I just don't personally care for it.