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Starting a Little Breakfast #7014195
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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014196
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Is that scrapple?


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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014199
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head-cheese ?

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: CTRAPS] #7014200
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Originally Posted by CTRAPS
Is that scrapple?


It is.



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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014203
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what's in scrapple ?

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014206
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A guy I used to work with here in Iowa, went back to New Jersey to visit his family and he brought back several packages of scrapple for me. I'd never had it before. I thought it was great stuff!. Too bad I've never been able to find it around here. Thanks.


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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #7014218
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Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
what's in scrapple ?


Everything but the oink.



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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014220
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The flip.

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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014226
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that looks inviting! I love good scrapple..homemade by smaller butcher shops...not the kind professional packaged in the big supermarkets

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014227
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Not as good as pork roll though.

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014237
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Friend of mine moved from DE to the Keys to run a stone crab boat in the mid 80's... when he came home he brought 2 coolers full of stone crab claws... when he went back he took the 2 coolers full of scrapple... the Keys didn't see much scrapple in those days.

My wife "smuggled" 2 2lb. blocks of RAPA, wrapped in foil, to my son in FL... in her checked luggage.

"Dirtiest Jobs" TV show came to DE and did a segment on scrapple making. Mike Rowe went to the Hickman Family Farms scrapple "plant" and went thru the process start to finish.

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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014245
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Imagine, if you will, the smell of sausage, bacon, bbq ribs and cornbread, all on the stove at the same time. lol



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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014248
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No grits?

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Originally Posted by CTRAPS
Is that scrapple?

German struggle-food

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: coop] #7014266
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Originally Posted by coop
No grits?


Why would I be cooking something we polish chrome with?



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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014273
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Guess you "sort of" covered it w/ your cornbread... debatable...

Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014280
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difference in scrapple and liver mush?


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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: Scout1] #7014295
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Originally Posted by Scout1
difference in scrapple and liver mush?


Scrapple is only about 1% liver. lol



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Re: Starting a Little Breakfast [Re: HobbieTrapper] #7014627
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I loved grandmas head cheese , her recipe for scrapple ,,,,,not so much

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Guthooked surprised me with a package of scrapple.....good stuff ! Wish I could find it around here....maybe have to look Haader


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