Thursday, December 22, 2005


Hey...have you ever wondered how scrapple is made?

Well, wonder no more!

Scrapple on Wikipedia

"Everything but the squeal." Gotta love it!

On second thought, it's probably best NOT to know how scrapple is made.


Don di Giovanni said... of the gods!
It's strange to find that a lot of people who turn their noses up at the thought of eating scrapple enjoy sausage & hotdogs. They all share a lot of common ingredients. The turn-off is usually caused by its grayish-tan doubt a result of the cornmeal.
If cooked correctly to a pan-fried golden brown it tastes great as a breakfast meat with eggs or pancakes...or my favorite...some cheesy grits (sort of South Philly meats the deep South).

ekg said...

I've had the doubious pleasure of eating scrapple while staying with a college friend of mine at her home in Delaware. I will continue to turn my nose up at it...the stuff is vile. And now that I know what's in it, it's even more so. I think it's one of those acquired taste things.

And for the record, I'm none to fond of hotdogs or sausage.