Country Scrapple: An American Tradition - Weaver, William Woys, and Blank, Fritz, Chef (Foreword by)

The original purpose of scrapple was to make use of leftovers from butchering, but today it is a regional favorite 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 ... Read More

Country Scrapple: An American Tradition 2003, Stackpole Books

ISBN-13: 9780811700641

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