Scrapple on the West

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2005/05/08 11:24:37 (permalink)

Scrapple on the West

Where can I order scrapple in Southern California?
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/08 13:13:15 (permalink)
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    Where can I order scrapple in Southern California?

    I don't know aboout finding it in Southern California, but you can order it from the following:

    http://www.vermontcountrystore.com/shopping/product/detailmain.jsp?itemID=29365&itemType=PRODUCT&RS=1&keyword=scrapple&searchid=inceptor

    http://www.rapascrapple.com/products.html

    http://www.arnolds-sausage.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv
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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/08 14:24:41 (permalink)

    A few years back we could get it at Albertson's in the High desert. It was usually located with the "exotic's" like chitterlin's and tripe.
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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/08 14:54:54 (permalink)
    I dont believe southern cali is exactly rampant with Amish communities.
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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/14 22:06:25 (permalink)
    I should have been more clear in my request. I have been able to purchase scrapple from Ralphs in Los Angeles and San Bernardino. I would like to be able to sit down at a restaurant or diner and have scrappled served to me.
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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/15 06:01:05 (permalink)
    41 years in central Calif I never once encountered scrapple or puddin or pond haus. Didn't know such a word existed until I hit Pa. in 1985. Good luck getting it served to you.

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    RE: Scrapple on the West 2005/05/25 11:24:43 (permalink)
    Safeway has it in the frozen section in the East Bay i.e. Castro Valley, Hayward and Oakland etc. Look where the frozen sausage meats are kept.
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/24 22:19:52 (permalink)
    mdouglas
    Where can I order scrapple in Southern California?



    Huntington Meats at the Original Farmers Market (3rd and Fairfax, Los Angeles) carries Dietz & Watson Philadelphia Scrapple.
     
    Huntington Meats is also part of Amazon Fresh, so you can either buy it at their location, or order it from them through Amazon Fresh.
     
    I was surprised to read that some had found it at Ralph's.  I tried several and not only did they not have it, I had to explain what it was!  I realize mdouglas asked where he could have it served to him, but since so many wrote about not being able to buy it, I thought at least I'd solve that problem to scrapple lovers in Los Angeles.  
    post edited by CatherineofLA - 2015/04/24 22:50:40
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/24 23:57:41 (permalink)
    CatherineofLA... Thank you and welcome to Roadfood! 
     
    I've never had Scrapple so now I have something to look forward to even if I find I don't like it.
     
    That's where I buy my Thumann's natural casing, all beef hot dogs.. and my duck.
     
    Great place.
     
    I also get my foie gras at the French Cafe in Original Farmer's Market.
     
    If I get out of town guests, I always take them there.
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/25 01:07:14 (permalink)
    I can't remember finding scrapple at any sit-down place here in SoCal. And the Florida Avenue Grill is a little far to go, even though they have delicious scrapple. 
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 03:24:37 (permalink)
    Good Luck finding it in a Restaurant in So Cal. Don't think it will happen!
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 08:58:16 (permalink)
    EdSails
    I can't remember finding scrapple at any sit-down place here in SoCal. And the Florida Avenue Grill is a little far to go, even though they have delicious scrapple. 




    Ed, this is from 2014....
     
    http://www.lamag.com/digestblog/scrapple-alert-grand-central-markets-belcampo-meat-co-launches-brunch/
     
    BELCAMPO SCRAPPLE
     
     THE DIGESTScrapple Alert! Grand Central Market’s Belcampo Meat Co. Launches BrunchWhat to eat from the Downtown butcher shop and restaurant’s new menuMay 9, 2014 Garrett Snyder Add a comment
    When most people think of weekend brunch, they think of pancakes and mimosas. Scrapple? Not so common.
    If you’re familiar with scrapple, a rough mush of meat made from cornmeal-thickened beef and pork trimmings whose roots trace back to 18th-century Dutch Pennsylvania, you probably have an opinion on it. Some crave it; others despise it. It has been dubbed “Philly Paté” and “Amish Spam.” It’s unclear whether these are intended as compliments or insults. And, like many regional American foods born out of hardscrabble times, it’s becoming increasingly hard to find.

    But not at the Belcampo Meat Co. storefront in Grand Central Market, where head chef Robbie Arnold-Starr cuts of thick rounds of homemade scrapple and griddles them crisp and crunchy, then serves them with a sunny-side-up egg, a dollop of pear compote and a colorful pepper and cabbage slaw ($11).
    Call it new-wave scrapple.
    Granted, the idea of scrapple fits well within the whole-animal butchery practices at Belcampo, a vertically-integrated outfit that raises all of its own livestock on a large farm in Northern California. Arnold-Starr admits that the idea of utilizing beef, pork and lamb trimmings (all three are used in the Belcampo scrapple) may turn some customers off, but since all butchery is done in-house, the trimmings end up containing some very fine cuts. “I think there is even a little ribeye in this batch,” says Arnold-Starr.
    Of course, if crispy meat-trimming goodness doesn’t sound like your bag, perhaps the other dishes–all made with humanely-raised, sustainably farmed meat–will heat your griddle:

    ★ Pork shoulder cochinita pibil, stewed with achiote chile and lime, topped with marinated onion and habanero, avocado and an egg ($11)
    ★ Sweet potato-apple-bacon “paleo” pancakes (made with no flour) served with arugula salad and two strips of bacon ($11)
    ★ Fried rabbit and waffle with orange zest compound butter ($12)
    ★ Smoked beef tongue and scrambled eggs, served with arugula salad and smoked sambal aioli ($12)
    Weekend brunch at Belcampo Meat Company in Grand Central Market be available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, starting on May 10.  According to manager Jered Standing, Belcampo hopes to have their alcohol license in place next weekend and will pour mimosas and micheladas.

     Belcampo Meat Company, 317 S. Broadway, Downtown; 213-624-2378 

    TAGS: BELCAMPO MEAT COMPANYBRUNCHDOWNTOWNL.A. FOODROBBIE ARNOLD-STARRSCRAPPLERECEIVE MORE STORIES LIKE THIS IN YOUR INBOX


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    post edited by pnwchef - 2015/04/27 08:59:49
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 20:26:35 (permalink)
    Thanks, pnwchef, I may just have to make a trip to the Grand Central Market one morning!
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 22:09:46 (permalink)
    REAL scrapple is in Pennsylvania.  Ed, you're not gonna get the real thing in CA!  But if you want to come back to Ohio, (yes!) we could have goetta on demand for you........same thing, basically, as scrapple. 
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 22:12:44 (permalink)
    Grand Central!  I need to make my second visit there!
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 23:20:41 (permalink)
    lleechef
    REAL scrapple is in Pennsylvania.  Ed, you're not gonna get the real thing in CA!  But if you want to come back to Ohio, (yes!) we could have goetta on demand for you........same thing, basically, as scrapple. 


    Hmmmmm.....how about goetta flavored Graeter's Ice Cream?
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/27 23:35:48 (permalink)
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    REAL scrapple is in Pennsylvania.  Ed, you're not gonna get the real thing in CA!  But if you want to come back to Ohio, (yes!) we could have goetta on demand for you........same thing, basically, as scrapple. 


    Hmmmmm.....how about goetta flavored Graeter's Ice Cream?


    Do you want to get banned? 
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/28 00:00:45 (permalink)
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    lleechef
    REAL scrapple is in Pennsylvania.  Ed, you're not gonna get the real thing in CA!  But if you want to come back to Ohio, (yes!) we could have goetta on demand for you........same thing, basically, as scrapple. 


    Hmmmmm.....how about goetta flavored Graeter's Ice Cream?


    Do you want to get banned? 



    Yeah!  You should have said Jeni's.
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/28 17:58:02 (permalink)
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    REAL scrapple is in Pennsylvania.  Ed, you're not gonna get the real thing in CA!  But if you want to come back to Ohio, (yes!) we could have goetta on demand for you........same thing, basically, as scrapple. 


    Hmmmmm.....how about goetta flavored Graeter's Ice Cream?


    Do you want to get banned? 


    From Graeter's?
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/28 20:42:12 (permalink)
    From Graeter's and every place in Cincinnati that serves goetta.  So there!  And no more Cincy chili for you!  (Said in the voice of the Soup Nazi on Seinfeld). HA!
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/04/29 02:13:01 (permalink)
    lleechef
    From Graeter's and every place in Cincinnati that serves goetta.  So there!  And no more Cincy chili for you!  (Said in the voice of the Soup Nazi on Seinfeld). HA!


    Please, I'll behave!
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    Re: Scrapple on the West 2015/05/27 14:39:53 (permalink)
    a place called Betty's Diner in Berkeley has scrapple , pretty good too but very small portion and $$$
     
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