Oh yeah, Now them some good eats.

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Tru dat bro

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hi nick775
I had to google it:
Scrapple, also known by the Pennsylvania Dutch name panhaas or "pan rabbit," is traditionally a mush of pork scraps and trimmings combined with cornmeal and wheat flour, often buckwheat flour, and spices.
Sounds like scrabble.
best wishes
:)

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Its a lost delicacy

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From a person raised in Philly, Them some good eats.

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hi nick775
food history is full of such lost foods.
Often thankfully.
Bon appetit
:)

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probably due to the way it looks in an uncooked state. and the name is ... designed to be unappealing as near as I can tell.

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Fair point

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over here, we add chicken broth when making homemade scrapple.

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The real deal

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hell yeah dude.

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You on a farm?

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nope, just love in the middle of nowhere.

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ew

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It dosent like you either

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*sob*

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Im sorry

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it's not my fault I'm scrapple challenged *sniff*

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