Scrapple

Scrapple is a cornmeal pudding in which the cornmeal, perhaps with the addition of buckwheat is simmered with pork scraps and trimmings, then cooled and hardened into a loaf. It is particularly popular in eastern Pennsylvania, including the vicinity of Philadelphia.

Among other places, scrapple is manufactured in southern Delaware. Bridgeville, Delaware hosts an annual "Apple-Scrapple Festival".

Scrapple is reported to have originated in Germany. It can be cut into slices, fried, and eaten at breakfast in a similar manner to bacon or sausage. It is often served with maple syrup.

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