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RAPA SCRAPPLE... In your breakfast meat Dept. near the Bacon. Slice it and fry hot and crisp. hmmm how do we, who love it, explain it. It's ahh yeah SCRAP of meat. Some people freak out when ya say its the scraps of meat. But they make Beef Scrapple now. It's spiced meat.

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mmmmmmm what is scrapple......iv heard about it but never knew what it was.....im just a dum yankee even though im greek :)

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sexy... right!!! I love the creative recipes. Always have to try them just to talk about them.

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Fun--who woulda thought, lol. Like apple pie made with crackers--interesting

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rdy2.. yeah I am a spam eater too... chopped up, fried crispy in my kraft mac N cheese! Old timers' cheap dinners LOL

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Mock French Toast

2 Eggs 1/4 cup heavy (whipping) cream 2 pkgs. Equal or Splenda Cinnamon to taste 1/2 of a 3 oz. bag Pork rinds. (1) Mix eggs, cream, sweetener and cinnamon.

(2) Crush pork rinds and mix with above mixture.

(3) Allow to soak until it becomes a very thick and goopy batter (3-5 minutes).

(4) Fry pancake style in butter until browned and flip over. Cook until done as you would french toast or pancakes.

Serve with any LC syrup or make your own as follows:

(1) Cream butter until soft (use as much as you need for syrup). I melt it in the microwave.

(2) Add maple extract and sweetener to taste.

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My dad was a scrapple lover! When he was battling cancer, I made some for him everyday. And I loved watching him eat it because it was something only him and I liked when I was younger. My kids eat the hell out of it only when I cook it HAHA

I ahh like pork rinds. There is a recipe for MOCK FRENCH TOAST made with PORK RINDS for Atkins dieters.

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yuck-no syrup on anything! butter on fritters, plenty of salt and pepper on it all--then the left over scrapple in a "scrambled egg mess"

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As Funshine said, syrup of course...never heard of putting ketchup on it before.

But us'n coal region folks ain't dat sufistikated :P

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Fry Crisp, salt and pepper!! Dippy eggs and toast!!! No Ketchup ever!! I might do syrup if I'm having pancakes.

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