Scrapple is the Pennsylvania-Dutch version of haggis.
Curly -- apologies. Since I've never been on a board you were an active member on, I only read you through the networked messages from here, and all I saw were references to Argentina. So I erroneously assumed you were from there. :) As for me, I am quite confident in my English. I am conversational in my Russian, and my German is largely forgotten since I entered high school (excepting numbers, for some very odd reason).
Earlier we went out to our favorite Mexican cocina, Santos. But they were closed.
There was a handmade banner hanging in the window that said "On Vacation"
Nertz! They have the best sauces in all of Texas. That's o.k. tho'... we went over
to the Willow Creek Cafe and I had one of the best burgers I've had in a long time.
Even though the specials list was all sea-food, which everyone else had, I had to
go for the beef. It is called the *Puncher* burger - named after the local high school
football team. 1 lb. of gooey, cheesy, burgury goodness on a fresh made toasted bun.
Service is slow by comparison, but Willow Creek aint fast food, folks. Dee-Lishiousness!
They don't have a web page (not surprised) but I found this YaHoo link::::
I had the most amazing stewed spicy chicken in Belize and I am really trying hard to find a recipe for it. No luck so far though.
As for scrapple, it looks like meat loaf gone horribly wrong.
Let's see, had fish tacos and shrimp tacos for lunch and "Desyuno Ricardos" for dinner which was scrambled shreads of chicken with bell pepper, onion, xalapinos, and spices, chiliquiles, pinto beans, and a soda. Oh, a large lazy susan with four kinds of chili sauce from mild to rectum-scortching hot.
Zortch! Foobin' bletchka!
Ah, tonight wife had "Mole Poblano" with a thigh/drumstick while I had "MOle Amendrados". Mole is a thick chili sauce made with ground peanuts, caocao, and lots of herbs. Very dark brown and thick enough that you can pick it up with tortillas and not drip all over your shirt.
As we ate the waiter brought steaming freshly-made corn tortillas to our table. Gads I wish Argentina had Mexico's cuisine!