Scrapple is a breakfast item made from scraps (this is where the term "scrapple" comes from), the discards of the pig (or whatever animal is used to make it) which aren't considered suitable to make anything else. While there is variation in recipe, scrapple is typically made from: liver, fat, hearts, skin, snouts, etc. and some flour and/or cornmeal.
Scrapple is typically marketed as a breakfast item, and it's bought right up and eagerly consumed by those who think that manliness means eating things that can kill them, and people who trust what's on the shelf just a little too much.
Is it manly?Edit
Being manly involves pursuing quality, which places scrapple pretty far from being an ideal food for men (or anyone). Already mentioned in this article are those who think that manliness means eating things that can kill them. That's not manly, that's unwise. And in this world, the consequences of being unwise are numerous and unpleasant.