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Old 07-26-2011, 09:15 AM   #451
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A cup of Kona coffee and 2 sliced bananas in a bowl of milk with a little stevia.
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Old 07-26-2011, 09:37 AM   #452
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summer time and my schedule is very open. fresh fruit for a starter and then hours later a more trad brunch item. Today will be scrapple and fried egg w/ toast.

i just love,love love scrapple, but i've never lived anywhere where i could buy a good one! very rarely, about every couple of years, i'll run across someone who makes their own and is willing to share--those are happy smiling, happy eating times to be remembered....
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Half a ham, colby/jack, lettuce and tomato sandwich on 12 grain bread. The other half will be lunch.
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home made oatmeal muffin, strawberry jam, and an egg. coffee. was really good too.
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Old 07-26-2011, 09:18 PM   #455
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i just love,love love scrapple, but i've never lived anywhere where i could buy a good one! very rarely, about every couple of years, i'll run across someone who makes their own and is willing to share--those are happy smiling, happy eating times to be remembered....
What is scrapple?

I had a boring breakfast: A granola bar & coffee.
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Old 07-26-2011, 10:09 PM   #456
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What is scrapple?

I had a boring breakfast: A granola bar & coffee.
Scrapple is a loaf made from a whole bunch of odds and ends from a pig, most of which would normally be considered inedible. Kinda like Spam, only nastier. Think homemade headcheese. My inlaws are from PA, where they actually fry and eat it. Pennsylvania Dutch delicacy. Lebanon Baloney, both sweet and hot, is much preferable, but also made with indistinguishable pork parts.

I am sure it is delicious to many...
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Old 07-26-2011, 10:13 PM   #457
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Scrapple is a loaf made from a whole bunch of odds and ends from a pig, most of which would be considered inedible. Kinda like Spam, only nastier. My inlaws are from PA, where they actually fry and eat it. Pennsylvania Dutch (a form of German somehow.). Lebanon Baloney, both sweet and hot, is much preferable, but also made with indistinguishable pork parts.
The name "scrapple" sounds better than the product.
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Old 07-26-2011, 10:16 PM   #458
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The name "scrapple" sounds better than the product.
Maybe they're talking about the faux ice tea. Oh, wait, that's Snapple...
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Maybe they're talking about the faux ice tea. Oh, wait, that's Snapple...
I love snapple, strawberry kiwi is the best.
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I love snapple, strawberry kiwi is the best.
Hmm. Scrapple flavored Snapple? Guarantee it won't taste anything like scrapple. Not that there's anything wrong with scrapple....
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