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The original purpose of scrapple was to make use of leftovers from butchering, but today it is a regional favourite in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and, in varying forms and names, throughout the nation. Scrapple is typically a mush made from pig meat and cereal, which is then sliced and fried. This book by internationally renowned food historian Weaver explorThe original purpose of scrapple was to make use of leftovers from butchering, but today it is a regional favourite in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and, in varying forms and names, throughout the nation. Scrapple is typically a mush made from pig meat and cereal, which is then sliced and fried. This book by internationally renowned food historian Weaver explores the European origins of the dish, traces its evolution in American kitchens and restaurants, discusses cooking techniques and terminology, and offers an assortment of recipes, from the oldest surviving example to recent variations using nuts, venison, turkey, or Italian sausage. Recipes for scrapple condiments are also included....

Title : Country Scrapple: An American Tradition
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ISBN : 9780811700641
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 162 Pages
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Country Scrapple: An American Tradition Reviews

  • Chef
    2018-11-25 05:52

    It's like the author boiled together all the best parts of scrapple lore, pulled off the meat, chopped it all up, mixed it with flour, formed it into bricks, sliced it, and fried it until crispy.

  • Beth
    2018-12-05 23:39

    I enjoyed this book but it got a little dry at times. I know more than I did before I started so that's saying something. I love scrapple.

  • Lisa Heinz
    2018-12-10 06:58

    Great! Lots of interesting regional American history.