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Old 01-27-2008, 08:40 AM   #1
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My 5 year old asked yesterday if we could have french toast for Sunday morning breakfast. So of course she gets what she wants and I made french toast. So I figured WTF, I'm gonna make scrapple and bacon too. Most people haven't heard of scrapple, but if you want an idea of what it tastes like, it's like liver pudding. I love the stuff.

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Old 01-27-2008, 08:43 AM   #2
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something about the word Scapple made me always wonder
what parts of meat were being used....when I was growing up
it was livermush that we were forced to eat.
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something about the word Scapple made me always wonder
what parts of meat were being used....when I was growing up
it was livermush that we were forced to eat.
I grew up in Wilmington and we had livermush about everyother weekend and I loved it! Scrapple is similar in taste, but with cornmeal mixed in.
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Is that a double word score??
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rooters and tootoers go in scrapple...all the stuff that doesn't make the cut for hotdogs
Freedom toast looks good...nice Breakfast Mr.Wolfe.
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The poor guy will have to eat tofu for another 3 months now!
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I've never had Scrapple but in theory it reminds me of Goetta which I believe historically used up pig heart's, kidney, etc.

I make my own using a slow cooker and then putting it into loaf pans and cooling. It turns into a loaf that looks surprisingly like that Scrapple pic.

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http://www.dmcgw.com/Scrapple.mp3

not sure which is worse....scrapple or souse
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Scrapple rocks and the French had nothing to do with it. It makes great sammies with egg and cheese.
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Scrapple rocks and the French had nothing to do with it. It makes great sammies with egg and cheese.

I'll stick to country ham. the guy that wrote and sings that song is close to your area Rag. Just down in Collegeville.
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