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Instead of vomiting a slug, the driver vomits a piece of scrapple — looks at it, looks at you, and then digests it again.
Its narrative in this country includes an early chapter set in colonial times, when German immigrants made scrapple, an amalgam of ground pork and cornmeal that established the meat-starch union at the core of most meatloaves.
Some of the dishes on the menu include Navajo fry bread tacos and black-eyed pea scrapple.
The menu features pancakes, eggs, creamed chip beef, bacon, sausage, scrapple, toast, fruit and choice of orange juice or coffee.
Now listen to kids: An earlier version of this piece mistakenly referred to scrapple originating in Denver.
Her Polishness shows in the pierogis, available daily but filled with scrapple and egg for weekend brunch.
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