The roots of the culinary traditions that led to the development of scrapple in
America have been traced back to ...
Sep 1, 2015 ... They write books about scrapple. Well, at least one: William Woys Weaver's
loving and authoritative 2003 history/cookbook, Country Scrapple.
Apr 25, 2013 ... We know what you guys are thinking, but we are not playing a joke on you — we
actually really like scrapple. This mid-Atlantic delicacy, like so ...
As a kid in Pennsylvania I was fed scrapple before I could hold it. Scrapple was
usually a breakfast 'finger food' in our house.
Nov 18, 2014 ... Susan J. Ellis, “Traditional Food on the Commercial Market: The History of
Pennsylvania Scrapple,” Pennsylvania Folklife v. 22 (3) Spring 1973: ...
Mar 13, 2012 ... Scrapple sounds like an insult, the name you call the runt in gym class. More
likely it derives from the terms scraps and scrappy. And what a ...
Jul 27, 2012 ... As this explanation shows, scrapple has a long history and tradition, and
although it is indeed made from leftovers and "parts" it is not made ...
Apr 5, 1987 ... LEAD: Scrapple, as its name suggests, is made from scraps - the odds and ends
of pork-butchering, boiled into broth and bulked out with grain.
A. Alright, well, at its simplest, scrapple is pork scraps boiled, chopped up and
turned ... butchered in English to simply scrapple, and the rest is delicious history.
Sep 11, 2013 ... But I've found if people understand the full history of scrapple and why it was
initially created -- we've got all these left over pig parts and we ...