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The roots of the culinary traditions that led to the development of scrapple in America have been traced back to ...

Everything You Need to Know About Scrapple - Eater

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Sep 1, 2015 ... They write books about scrapple. Well, at least one: William Woys Weaver's loving and authoritative 2003 history/cookbook, Country Scrapple.

Scrapple: Pork Mush...The Pennsylvania Treat - FoodWine.com

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Often erroneously called Philadelphia Scrapple, it's really a dish that originated in the Eastern Pennsylvania farmlands of German born settlers—far from the city ...

Scrapple | Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia

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Nov 18, 2014 ... Susan J. Ellis, “Traditional Food on the Commercial Market: The History of Pennsylvania Scrapple,” Pennsylvania Folklife v. 22 (3) Spring 1973: ...

FARE OF THE COUNTRY - SAMPLIG SCRAPPLE AT THE SOURCE

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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.

What is Scrapple and What Does it Contain? - CulinaryLore.com

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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 ...

Scrapple - Some History and a Recipe - FoodReference.com

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As a kid in Pennsylvania I was fed scrapple before I could hold it. Scrapple was usually a breakfast 'finger food' in our house.

The Nasty Bits: Scrapple | Serious Eats

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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 ...

Common Scrapple Questions and Answers - What is Scrapple?!

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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.

Scrapple rooted in the Delaware Valley - DelmarvaNow.com

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Oct 11, 2014 ... Food historian William Woys Weaver gives history of scrapple.

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Scrapple: Its Final European History – Why'd You Eat That?

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Apr 27, 2011 ... Hey, scrapple. It's been a while. I consider this the end of the European history of scrapple. Soon I make my move on to the American history of ...

Scrapple: The Pennsylvania Delicacy | Huffington Post

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Apr 25, 2013 ... Scrapple is usually eaten for breakfast with eggs and potatoes. .... The First Time In Its 126-Year History, This Newspaper Endorsed A Democrat.

Habbersett Scrapple

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For more than 150 years, we've been creating great-tasting scrapple using only the highest quality ingredients. Now, we offer a wide variety of products, ...