Pennsylvania Dutch food

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Pennsylvania Dutch food

Postby wheelgun1958 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:12 pm

My wife is from York PA. She was missing her sweet bologna and scrapple. We have found a Pennsylvania Dutch market in Kemp that has the sweet bologna, scrapple, Martin's kettle cooked chips, Birch beer and all the other goodies she's missing. Happy wife.......

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Re: Pennsylvania Dutch food

Postby Vol Texan » Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:46 pm

Birch Beer... is the A-Treat brand?

If so, I’m coming to Kemp for a visit.
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Re: Pennsylvania Dutch food

Postby JustSomeOldGuy » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:36 am

There seems to be another option.
www.a-treat.com/treat-online-store
You can now purchase A-Treat Can 24-Packs Online! Choose your product below to begin your order and add items to your shopping cart.
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Re: Pennsylvania Dutch food

Postby chamberc » Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:22 pm

wheelgun1958 wrote:My wife is from York PA. She was missing her sweet bologna and scrapple. We have found a Pennsylvania Dutch market in Kemp that has the sweet bologna, scrapple, Martin's kettle cooked chips, Birch beer and all the other goodies she's missing. Happy wife.......

Kroger has scrapple too.
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Re: Pennsylvania Dutch food

Postby Abraham » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:04 pm

Sweet baloney...don't they call that Spam?

Honestly, I'm no foodie gastronome or even vaguely consider myself a gourmet, (heck, I've been known to eat raw onion sandwiches) but 'sweet baloney' sound (no doubt isn't) but sounds, just awful.

Now, I'm going to have to try it...if I can find it.

As a hungry kid, sometimes going without eating for days, (not an exaggeration) I've come to appreciate almost any food, but reasons beyond my own self searching soul, the thought of 'sweet baloney' makes me shudder with disgust.


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