scrapple

[skrap-uhl]
noun Pennsylvania Dutch Cookery.
cornmeal mush mixed with pork scraps, seasoned with onions, spices, herbs, etc., and shaped into loaves and sliced for frying.

Origin:
1810–20, Americanism; scrap1 + -le

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scrapple (ˈskræpəl)
 
n
(US) scraps of pork cooked with cornmeal and formed into a loaf
 
[C19: from scrap1]

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scrapple
cornmeal boiled in scraps of pork, 1855, probably a dim. form of scrap (1).
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The white-jacketed doctors order breakfasts of scrapple and egg on hoagie rolls.
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