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  Scrapple - one of the favorite foods of Bruce “the Jackaclope Man” Larkin. It is a savory combination of pork scraps and trimmings boiled with cornmeal, flour, and spices; then shaped into loaves. It is typically sliced, fried, and served for breakfast or in sandwiches.

   Scrapple is usually only found in the Middle Atlantic states (Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia). It was first made in the Eastern Pennsylvania farmlands by early Pennsylvania Dutch settlers. The word scrapple comes from the German word "Panhas".