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scrapple in the triangle?

does anyone know where i could buy scrapple in the triangle area of NC? i've found jones sausage and ham, but no scrapple. thanks in advance!

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  1. Doesn't Neese's do it? They make Liver Pudding - and I'm sure they do something like that...

    http://www.neesesausage.com/products/...

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    1. re: cackalackie

      I love scrapple (used to be in the DC area, near enough to Amish country in Pennsylvania). I'm in Western NC now, and here we don't get Neese but rather Jenkins brand. Jenkins "Scrapple" and "Liver Mush" are sold side by side in my local Bi-Lo, and frankly I can't much tell the difference between them. So if you see liver mush try it. Basically it's the NC version of scrapple--see the link below.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livermush

      1. re: johnb

        Food Lion in Lancaster SC does not carry scrapple.

    2. Neese's definitely makes it. You should be able to find it...I would try Food Lion.

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      1. re: toolprincess

        You are right, I saw it by Neese at a Food Lion in Cary earlier in the week.

        1. re: toolprincess

          Funny that I found this thread. I was just looking at Neese's scrapple in my local Food Lion in Durham just yesterday.

        2. If you have a Publix Supermarket in your area, they have scrapple in the Frozen Meats section of the store. We live in Summerville, SC and that is further south than Triangle of NC but the question remains has Publix a FL based company has gotten north of South Carolina.

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          1. re: Wienerhound

            Publix has no stores in NC as yet.

            1. re: Wienerhound

              Columbia has the Public Supermarket, not sure about scrapple, but they carry PORK ROLL which is a NJ, PA, NY breakfast meat. Harris Teeter in Indian Land also carries PORK ROLL but need to check for scrapple on next visit.

              1. re: johnjdrake

                Yes if you get a chance try Taylor's Pork Roll made in NJ.Scrapple seems to be big in the Baltimore area, the first time I had it was at Jimmy's in Fell's Point a Baltimore institution.