Bok was telling Kipling one day about the scrapple so dear to the heart of the Philadelphian as a breakfast dish.
"The Americanization of Edward Bok" by Edward William Bok
I wonder does he ever mourn the scrapple and buckwheat cakes that were his birthright?
"Shandygaff" by Christopher Morley
Scrapple usually means the head and feet of hogs but it can be made from any hog meat.
"Every Step in Canning" by Grace Viall Gray
When scrapple is to be eaten, cut into one-half inch slices, dredge with flour, and brown in hot fat.
"Foods That Will Win The War And How To Cook Them (1918)" by C. Houston Goudiss and Alberta M. Goudiss
When the family is small, thrifty women usually make the scrapple and hogshead cheese at the same time.
"Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book" by Mary A. Wilson
While still hot add two cupfuls of nut meats which had been put through the chopper; pour into buttered pan and use like other scrapple.
"The Suffrage Cook Book"
When cold, the scrapple is cut into slices and fried in the ordinary manner as sausage.
"Home Pork Making" by A. W. Fulton
Two Boroughs' egg and scrapple has heart — and livers and kidneys.
But what exactly is scrapple , you ask.
The Apple Scrapple Festival is back in Bridgeville, if you're looking family fun event that isn't a budget breaker.
Now entering its third decade, the Bridgeville Apple- Scrapple Festival kicks off this weekend.
The Apple Scrapple Festival is on the way this weekend, and a local orchard is looking for the best apple pie or dessert recipe.
SAMPLIG SCRAPPLE AT THE SOURCE.
Scrapple , as its name suggests, is made from scraps - the odds and ends of pork-butchering, boiled into broth and bulked out with grain.
Scrapple and Farm Egg on Hard Roll at Two Boroughs Larder.