Recently, I hate the "biggest" sandwich ever and it's right here in New Jersey.

When we talk about big sandwiches, these are "huge". I've never seen a sandwich so big where four people can share it or you can eat it yourself. Whichever you choose.

So, when I say the "biggest" sandwich in New Jersey, what comes to mind? Oh, it's not just the sandwiches at this place. Giant milkshakes, giant pickles, giant ice cream sundaes, and we can't forget the giant cheesecake, OMG.

I bet you know where I got the biggest sandwich ever in New Jersey. Harold's Deli in Edison. We went for a birthday celebration with our neighbors and friends and they were preparing me for the biggest sandwiches I've ever seen. I  was like, OK...but they were right. Holy Moly, just amazing and amazingly delicious.

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We had the Hot Pastrami with layers and layers and layers of pastrami. The layers of pastrami came with bread at the bottom, swiss cheese, Sauer kraut, and cole sole. Extra bread comes on the side with Russian dressing. Large and extra-large sandwiches which serve 5-8 people. It could've fed a lot more than that.

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I was asking our server what's the most popular item on the menu. She said, "the corned beef sandwich." And of course, the giant cheesecake.

Harold's Deli is located in Edison. I have never been to Harold's for breakfast but I hear their breakfast sandwiches are unheard of, once again giant, just everything else. Everything is "BIG."

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