I recently met a girl in Manhattan, near where I live. As I got to know her - we both happened to be getting late night food at the same place - she taught me about something called "Taylor ham", which is something that's apparently very popular, virtually sacred, in New Jersey, where she's from. She discussed some things with me about the typical uses of Taylor ham, such as making Taylor ham, egg, and cheese, on a Kaiser roll.
After about 15 minutes of talking, she got her food, gave me her phone number, written on a napkin, and asked for me to keep in touch - and then she drove home to New Jersey.
This happened a few nights ago, and I am planning to text her at some point, within the next day or so. However, given that the only topic of discussion that we had was about Taylor ham, I'm finding it difficult with regards to what to text her with. I don't know anything else about her, other than the fact that she's from New Jersey.
How can I transition a conversation about Taylor ham, with a girl, into a more meaningful conversation.
That is, how can I start a more varied conversation with her when all that we have talked about before is Taylor Ham?
She sounds like a person that I'd like to know better, but I'd like to make the conversation about more than just food.