How Hot Dogs and Bacon are made.

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  1. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    you may very well never eat 'em all up before the expiration date...
     
  2. Jeff

    Jeff Highly Trained Staff

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    Souse meat, Ham Hocks, Hog Jowls, Liver Pudding.Pickled Pigs feet, That's whats in the south , I have never seen scrapple here.

    I have ate them all except for scrapple
     
  3. kantgetryte

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  4. Jeff

    Jeff Highly Trained Staff

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    I would eat itI ain't above it
     
  5. ABFer

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    I never tried Rapa scrapple but I have tried a few others, like Kunzler's, Leidy's, Habberset and some local butcher shops'. I can tell you that they are not all the same and I have settled in on Hatfield's. https://www.hatfieldqualitymeats.com/products/specialty/scrapple/scrapple/ We also have a local butcher shop that makes his own Buffalo scrapple, which I really like but for some reason it gives me indigestion.
     
  6. ABFer

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    Expiration dates are for the weak and the elderly.
     
  7. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    well...as an elder......my weak stomach will remind me not to eat things that have expired.....

    other wise, the stock in toilet paper companies and Pepto will shoot up thousands of percentage points.
     
  8. WildHeart

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    My grandmother used to make scrapple, or what she called scrapple, mostly corn meal and whatever got boiled off a ham bone. I gather more goes into it, but ours was simple and very yummy pan fried with syrup.
     
  9. ABFer

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    I does have corn meal in it and some kind of spices. It does go well with syrup and pancakes and french toast. I like mine crispy (not burnt) outside soft inside.
     
  10. ABFer

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    You couldn't last in my hood then. We all clean out our freezers for a Memorial Day block party, where we dig out our expired goods and have a big ol' southern style cookout. Some good stuff, turkeys, prime rib, spare ribs, corn dogs and scrapple. Of course we are careful to cook it all thoroughly. No additional spices needed it all has its own special flavoring. mmmm mmmm
     
  11. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    i'd rather not visit anyone's 'hood" as mine is great...

    i nary say hello to the neighbors, we do have a "block party" which i make sure i never attend, and if any of them eat expired foods..??

    great, they die....
     
  12. ABFer

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    BTW for those who want to know where to find the scrapple at the store...It's in the cooler near the bacon on the bottom shelf right next to the pork roll.
     
  13. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    been a long time since i had bought grits.

    i actually like'em.
     
  14. ABFer

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    At last, I found the corn dogs, or where they're supposed to be anyhow. It looks like someone beat me to them, at least the 1lb package, if I wanted a 37oz package I could have gotten them with 14 corn dogs inside but I heard that they have expiration dates and decided I'd just have to wait a little longer to take my first bite of the legendary corn dog. They are State Fair brand and it seems they're made mostly of turkey with I think some beef (or pork, I forget already).
     
  15. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    but in posting number 50, you say that you take out the expired foods and have a block party..??

    seems to me.....you "chickened out" after all...>!!!!!
     
  16. ABFer

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    It's not the date that bothers me, it's the way they freeze dry and lose their luster.
     
  17. WildHeart

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    I dont like State Fair brand, the corn bread is too sweet on them.

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  18. ABFer

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    Good thing I didn't get that 14 pack then, but that is the only brand Redner's carries. Maybe I check elsewhere, what is your brand of choice?
     
  19. WildHeart

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    Sonic's, LOL

    Well the wieners leave something to be desired as they aren't all beef, (I can't wait to see what ya'll do with that one) but the breading isn't sweet.
     
  20. ABFer

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    The State Fair brand at Redner's is mostly turkey but a9fanatic sent me a pic of State Fair brand all beef corn dogs as his brand of choice.
     

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