Tuesday, August 2, 2011

4 THINGS I’M 72.8% SURE YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT SCRAPPLE


Definition: A meat loaf-like substance made from the scraps and trimmings of pork.

1 – Scrapple’s ancestor is a German dish called Panhas.


2 – The love for Scrapple is celebrated at the "Apple-Scrapple Festival" in Bridgeville, Delaware.


3 – Habbersett has been making scrapple since 1863.


4 – Yes, Scrapple is eaten at breakfast time with get this – a squirt of mustard!

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22 comments:

  1. I just learned something, thanks to you....
    I gotta gets me some scrapple!

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  2. for a second there I thought you were talking about a new version of Scrabble...

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  3. Which came first Scrapple or Spam?

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  4. Not really quite sure what to make of this.. at all. It sounds better than it looks. Mustard? Hm.

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  5. well, I was hungry....but now, I'm not so sure.

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  6. Why has no one done a scrapple scrabble crossover yet? Little edible tiles people, let's make this happen!

    Thanks for making me blog of the day!

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  7. I never heard of this stuff before, is it good?

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  8. Finally! A product I actually know something about!
    Scrapple is a favorite delicacy here in Amish country. It's usually served as a breakfast meat, and accompanied by maple syrup instead of mustard.
    I don't care much for it, but then I'm not a big fan of any sort of "loaf" meat product. I do consider it far more palatable than blood sausage or liverwurst.

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  9. Never heard it, sounds cool tho!

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  10. ugh, this is big in new jersey (along with gross-ass pork roll) and in pa. i had never heard of it growing up on long island!

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  11. 72.8% sure, hey? :) Well, you can be 100% sure that I didn't know these things. I'd never even heard of scrapple before today!

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  12. thats nice, thanks 4 sharing!

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  13. Looks delicious, great now im hungry

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  14. Sounds gross but looks delicious hahaha

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  15. Interesting looking food item, but I'll pass.

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  16. No thanks. I'll stick with bacon!

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  17. I tried a bite of this when I moved to PA. Yuck, blecch, gross, disgusting, and EWWWW doesn't even BEGIN to describe how I feel about Scrapple!

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  18. I eat scrapple when I scrabble...and sometimes babble. It just lends itself to silly rhyming, yes?

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  19. I like that bread roast very much. Can you give me? Simply great article. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. You can keep your scrapple. Looks pretty gross to me.

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