American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A mush of ground pork and cornmeal that is set in a mold and then sliced and fried.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grub about.
- n. An article of food something like sausage-meat, made from scraps of pork, with liver, kidneys, etc., minced with herbs, stewed with rye-or corn-meal, and pressed into large cakes. when cold it is cut in slices and fried. It is of Pennsylvania-Dutch origin.
- n. A tool for scraping.
- n. US, Appalachia A mush of pork scraps, particularly head parts, and cornmeal or flour, which is boiled and poured into a mold, where the rendered gelatinous broth from cooking jells the mixture into a loaf.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An article of food made by boiling together bits or scraps of meat, usually pork, and flour or Indian meal.
- n. scraps of meat (usually pork) boiled with cornmeal and shaped into loaves for slicing and frying
- Related to scrape. (Wiktionary)
- Diminutive of scrap1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Meanwhile, I was on a campaign to sell the idea of scrapple, a food that Mark had introduced me to, via his Amish friends in Pennsylvania.”
“I think I have a hankerin for a fausnaught and some scrapple.”
“Bowery lodging-houses and ate scrapple in East-Side feeding-dens, and, on more than one occasion, stood in the bread-line at midnight and pondered whether or not I should faint before I fed.”
“It was a hard-scrapple lifeto hear the stories now; Loyd liked to say that the Depression passed right on by without their knowing it because they were poor already.”
“The show does dip somewhat into history at each venue, such as explaining why the Greek-themed Vaso's Kitchen in Alexandria kept the landmark neon sign of its predecessor, Dixie Pig BBQ; or lending riot-era significance to the persistent Florida Avenue Grill in the District, which now finds itself serving scrapple to the gentrified masses of U Street's condoville.”
“He was using absolutely every part of every product he butchered, and while his scrapple never really took off, his sausages were flying out the door.”
“Joe your killing me, I havn't had a WaWa Hoagie since December, much less pork roll or scrapple .........”
“It's probably compared to scrapple, with pinhead oats, beef, pork and etc.”
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