goeta vs scrapple

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californyguy
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goeta vs scrapple - Tue, 01/18/11 3:55 PM
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just read the review of tuckers in cincy- too bad about the robbery...saw the pic of goeta , had never heard of it before but hope to make its aquintence someday...it looks alot like scrapple- for any who have tried both , whats the difference? 

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Re:goeta vs scrapple - Tue, 01/18/11 4:04 PM
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In your comparison, please describe both for us uneducated.
 
Wondering if it's anything like liver pudding.

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Re:goeta vs scrapple - Tue, 01/18/11 4:09 PM
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Goetta is spelled with two t's
 
the wiki article explains the difference between goetta and scrapple.  You will only find goetta in or around Cincinnati. 
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goetta
 
 

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Re:goeta vs scrapple - Tue, 01/18/11 6:08 PM
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You Can order Goetta and have it shipped to you by the largest Goetta producer in Cincy:
http://www.cincinnatifavorites.com/gliers.php
 
Here's a source for Scrapple:
http://www.habbersettscrapple.com/mail_orders/index.htm
 
Order some of each and try them out!
 

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Re:goeta vs scrapple - Tue, 01/18/11 8:49 PM
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Goetta is ground meat mixed with oats, scrapple is ground meat mixed with cornmeal.I am sure spices are individual to both. Goetta is native to Cincy, scrapple's origins are Penn.Dutch.