Sulimay’s, a homey diner in Kensington, serves Eggs Bensington, its tasty tribute to the neighborhood and to scrapple. Scrapple is the traditional breakfast meat of Pennsylvania. Developed to minimize food waste, it’s made with pork trimmings leftover from butchering, mixed with cornmeal, formed into a block-shaped loaf, then sliced and fried. Two thick pieces of toast are topped with crispy-on-the-outside, mushy-on-the-inside slices of scrapple, sharp cheddar cheese and dippy eggs — Pennsylvanian for sunny-side up.
Special Dishes: Eggs Bensington
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