Originally posted by RubyRose
Here in eastern PA, our farmers' markets sell souse, tongue souse, headcheese, liver pudding, scrapple, buckwheat scrapple and other varieties of piggy products so they're available for those who enjoy them, which doesn't include myself, although I will eat them. My breakfast this morning was:
WOW! That breakfast (I call it SOS) is one of my favorites.
Of course, biscuits with sausage gravy is a VERY close second.
But as far as "souse, tongue souse, headcheese, liver pudding, scrapple, buckwheat scrapple" . . . I have never had the courage to try them. Not too popular in the South, I guess . . . or at least, I was never exposed to them very often.
But there ARE some Southern vittles (like chitterlings) that I HAVE been exposed to but NEVER ate.