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Old 03-04-2003, 06:56 PM
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I think theres some Swamp cabbage and a bit of BBQ Mullet suace in there too!

What the he!! does a yankee know about swamp cabbage???????? My redneck girlfreind loves it. I told her pt 2x4's taste about as good. Might as well throw some hoghead cheese in with it too!
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Hamburger: What's left after separating the good cuts of meat.
Sausage: What's left after making hamburger.
Scrapple: What's left after making sausage.
Slim Jims: What's left after making scrapple.

Said the local butcher: "We use everything but the "oink".
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Old 03-04-2003, 08:15 PM
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CAPO71,

There is a diner here in Winter Park, FL. And it's called the Winter Park Diner by the way. They are right down the street from my shop and they serve Scrapple every morning.

You can't believe how many people order it.
Personally I like it. I'm orignally from Philly, Bucks County, and was brought up on Scrapple. I kept telling the diner about it and they ordered it. It is Hatfield Scrapple, which is VERY GOOD. I also use to live very close to Hatfield before I moved to Florida.

Really, I don't care what it is made of. With some of the Southern food I see the red necks eat here....they have no room to talk. In fact I don't understand why the red necks don't eat Scrapple.
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Stopped in to pay for my fuel, saw a big container of Slim Jims on the counter, remembered this thread got a big smile on my face and hit the door

What is Scrapple? I don't think thats a Northern thing or do we call it Spam?
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Old 03-04-2003, 09:50 PM
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No scott Spam is NOT scrapple. scrapple is a mix of spice n beef n pork left overs all ground up into a food that we eat. it's mostly only in Philly. It is called scapple because it is all the scraps left over from a butcher so they add spices n grind it all up But damn it is great with eggs.


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mmmm, scrapple...

slim jim's = lips and other nasty remains. but boy are they tasty
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Thunderdan where do you boat at ? any pics of your boat? send them to me [email protected] I boat in Del river mostly n down by wildwood I live in Philly
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Thunderdan where do you boat at ? any pics of your boat? send them to me [email protected] I boat in Del river mostly n down by wildwood I live in Philly
I have done a bit of boating on the Delaware.

I boat mostly in LBI though, make a few trips to AC and do all the poker runs with the njppc.

Here are a few pucs of my boat in the entire build process.
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Cuda, You're right WTF could they possibly know about swamp cabbage? That and the smoked mullet soundgood to me right now.
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