[:p]Can’t seem to find scrapple around here at all,though you could in the past.
I would sometimes make a scrapple sandwich,but only fry it up and then put between to plain slices of bread.No tomatoes or anything else added.Wish I could find corn meal mush.It came in a brick like scrapple,but haven’t seen it around here in years.
I think half of the tomato in sandwich came from a field owned by Hunts and the other half came from a field owned by Heinz.[;)]
Is the tomato a hybrid or some 50/50 blend ?
I just took some scrapple out of the freezer. I’ve got to try this, sans garlic. It is breakfast and I would hate to start repelling anyone who comes near me this early in the day!
Hey TJ, were you a detective in a former life ? [8D]
Good sleuthin TJ.
err, it sure is odd how the directory is named where some of those photos reside
(if the image above is missing, my guess will be that the "author" moved it elsewhere – but the link is accurate and working as of 8/21/2006 12:30am)
Thanks all!I cannot wait to try it!!I absolutely love any thing made with the "extras"of the animal/Taste my pate……….
I prefer SPAM to scrapple, I’ll make mine that way.
all the scraps from a pig that are left
add sage, pepper, corn meal
and other spices..
cook til thick, turn
into a loaf pan, cool
then slice thin and fry..
Oh, Lord-I hate to sound uninformed, but what, my dearhearts, is scrapple??
No, that’s Sun Tzu.
Sun, Tzu, Tzree, Faw….
Klepner–looks delish! Those are some great pics. I’ve never had scrapple, but after a few Bud tall boys, why the hell not?
isn’t lao tso the author of
"the art of war"?
sheesh, i feel like
i’m playing jeopardy.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.