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A Culinary History of Southern Delaware: Scrapple, Beach by Denise Clemons

By Denise Clemons

old farms and waterways crisscross Southern Delaware, connecting its citizens to a suite of wealthy culinary traditions. the unique Nanticoke population baked hearty johnnycakes and hunted wild video game. Hungry for a style of domestic, German settlers built scrapple from neighborhood parts. Today’s domestic chefs and cooks draw their bounty from the land and sea for a special, seasonal food. summer time strawberries and peaches from neighborhood farms and orchards turn into delectable preserves due to precious family members recipes. Come springtime, succulent blue crab reigns preferrred. With recipes for local favorites like seashore plum jelly and bird with slippery dumplings, writer Denise Clemons explores the historical past at the back of the materials and savors the tale in each dish.

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