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Scrapple, and livermush #5406794 04/18/20 08:23 AM
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I have to admit that when I was down south, I tried livermush and liked it. Growing up on a farm, SCRAPPLE, was a staple. Anyone here enjoy these and how do you eat it? With something else or by itself. Thank You and happy Saturday


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Grew up in Lancaster County, PA. Scrapple was a staple back in the 1950's. Had it for breakfast with syrup and many times for dinner. Today, I can't stand the stuff anymore!


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I never heard of livermush but I bet I wouldn't like it because I do not like liver.

The scappple I've had needed seasoning. The scrapple I've seen in diners was sliced from a deli-loaf.

Does it come in links and patties too?

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Slice scrapple about 3/8" thick, fry till crispy. Two eggs over easy with a side of grits and toast. Yum!


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Rapa scrapple my favorite. Scrapple festival every fall in Bridgeville, De., rapa plant on site.


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Some southern restaurants serve liver mush, some call it liver pudding, fried for breakfast. I avoid it at all cost! I considered ordering scrapple for breakfast at a Bob Evans in Pa once but thought better of it and ordered bacon.

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I love Rapa Scrapple fried in a pan. Never had livermush though.

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I never liked it, but my wife thinks Habbersett's scrapple from PA (now DE) was the best.


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Growing up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland we would have fried scrapple with fried eggs in the morning, along with Maryland beat biscuits. Topped the biscuits with butter and jelly. The biscuits looked like a golf ball. When we were kids we would take a few in our pockets to eat while in the woods.


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Will have scrapple for breakfast tomorrow - Habbersett is what we buy.

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OT: maybe there should be a "regional food oddites" thread.

I posted years ago about my parents moving to VA and looking for Brown Bread, you know, the New England clambake staple that comes in a can.


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Dad grew up in central Pa, he enjoyed his scrapple. Nobody else in the family has anything to do with it. He and mom took a trip to Scotland and also enjoyed haggis.



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Scrapple used to be a regional thing. When I was a kid in Balto we had it every weekend for breakfast. Then we moved to Chicago and no more scrapple but dad loved Spam so that got substituted. Boy do I hate Spam. Now it seems you can get it everywhere. Always had mine fried and used anywhere you could use sausage or bacon. On the side, on a sandwich, broken up in scrambled eggs after you fry it. I prefer Rapa but you have to try both and decide for yourself, they have distinctly different flavor.

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Dietz & Watson scrapple for me. Never liked the seasoning of Rapa scrapple.


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