September 24th, 2004

radioactivecake

scrapple?

if you've never had scrapple, or never even heard of it before... it's the... well, the leftover parts of animals all smooshed together (i think it's a philly thing, or at least a pennsylvania thing.) when i was growing up, it was an integral part of our sunday breakfast. i loved it. my dad was a super scrapple maker. the inside was nice and soft and squishy with a layer of crispiness on the outsides. the scrapple came in packages the size of a typical tofu container, and you'd slice the scrapple about 1/4 - 2/3 inches thick, and fry it in a pan. okay, history lesson over. i think i might have discovered a scrapple alternative.
it's the first suggestion on this thread. i was trying to take the lazy way out, and so i used the can of chickpeas. i'll copy and paste it, and edit it to what i did differently..
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