scrap·​ple | \ ˈskra-pəl How to pronounce scrapple (audio) \

Definition of scrapple

: a seasoned mixture of ground meat (such as pork) and cornmeal set in a mold and served sliced and fried

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Recent Examples on the Web After that, the Eastern Shore landmarks sailed by -- Holly’s Restaurant, the Queenstown Trailways bus stop, the Choptank bridge, Elmer’s market, Farmer Bill’s and the Rapa scrapple signs. Jacques Kelly,, "Heading to Ocean City and Rehoboth beaches in the ’70s, the journey was half the fun," 2 Aug. 2019 In the kitchen, this included sharing her love of Philadelphia-style scrapple, pancake Sundays and, of course, Thanksgiving. Peter Mikelbank,, "How the Original American Princess — Grace Kelly — Celebrated Thanksgiving in Her New Home," 27 Nov. 2019 At the opposite extreme was The Killer, by Greg and Kristina Gaardbo (Chicago Culinary Kitchen), which included two patties, pickled cherry peppers, pepperjack cheese, chile-bacon jam, scrapple, duck egg and more. Phil Vettel,, "Hamburger Hop: A Hawaiian truffle burger earns Chicago bragging rights," 29 Sep. 2019 Or look at last year’s results: Top winners: 4th place: How is Florida Man like a pound of scrapple? Washington Post, "Style Conversational Week 1348: What I did on my summer vacation," 6 Sep. 2019 Dubbed Beer for Breakfast, the 7.4 percent ABV stout is brewed with a local delicacy known as scrapple. Matt Allyn, Popular Mechanics, "This Beer Is Basically an Entire Brunch In a Bottle," 31 Oct. 2016 That flavor was prompted by a fake viral photo showing a scrapple-flavored ice cream from Wegmans. Nick Vadala,, "New Jersey's favorite breakfast meat, pork roll, is now an ice cream flavor," 2 May 2018 Roast pork, soft pretzels, scrapple, water ice and other Philly classics After cheesesteaks, these are the other staple items of Philly’s cuisine. Josh Rosenblat,, "Where to eat in Philadelphia," 15 June 2018 Last year, Old City’s Franklin Fountain debuted an ice cream featuring PA’s favorite breakfast meat, scrapple. Nick Vadala,, "New Jersey's favorite breakfast meat, pork roll, is now an ice cream flavor," 2 May 2018

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First Known Use of scrapple

1852, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for scrapple

diminutive of scrap entry 1

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The first known use of scrapple was in 1852

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“Scrapple.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 30 Oct. 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of scrapple

US : a dish of meat mixed with spices, broth, and boiled cornmeal that is placed in a mold and served sliced and fried

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