The Scrapple Hoagie

Posted by – May 12, 2009

There’s a new web series,  Peter Arthur Stories, launching May 14th as part of a Pennsylvania tourism initiative.   From the trailer, it looks like it’s going to follow a young man on a romantic and food-filled (Shoo-Fly pie!) adventure through Pennsylvania, and it got me thinking about some of the great Pennsylvania foods.  So, of course, I made this Scrapple Hoagie.  If you’re not familiar with Scrapple, think of it as the meatatarian’s tofu, and it makes a damn fine sandwich, if I do say so myself:

3 Comments on The Scrapple Hoagie

  1. I don’t even eat scrapple, but I am most impressed with your dramatic filming of the scrapple sandwich. Keep it up! I am, however, a little worried about the potential carcinogen level in your formerly non-stick pan ;)

  2. Andrew says:

    Heh, that’s a thin cast-iron pan with about 30 years of seasoning on it! No non-stick coating there.

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