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From Maryann R. an Eagles Tailgater


2 to 3 lbs Philadelphia Scrapple
2 to 3 lbs Sausage Patties
2 to 3 lbs Bacon
2 lbs sliced American cheese
4 dozen eggs
4 dozen English Muffins
5 lbs potatoes
2 large onions
2 large peppers
Worchestire sauce



Hot grill and skillet ....slice scrapple about 1/4" thick, grill on very hot skillet (the hotter the skillet, the better the scrapple cooks), grill sausage patties and bacon (meat can be cooked at home and prepared at parking lot) ...fry eggs on skillet, flipping one time, place on toasted english muffin, cover with slice of cheese and meat and/or meats of choice, add ketchup to taste and eat away ...

Peel and dice potatoes into bite size pieces, sprinkle w/seasoned salt, cover w/ sliced onions and peppers, add 1/2 stick of butter or margarine and a splash of Worchestire sauce, cover pan w/aluminum foil and place on grill...cook for about 1 hour (stirring to prevent burning) ...makes a great side dish to breakfast sandwiches.... Potatoes can be pre-boiled to speed cooking process Sandwiches can be wrapped in aluminum foil and taken into game to eat as a half time snack ....

After years of tailgating w/an all-male crew, I've been selected and elected as the "tailgate wife of the year(s)" and the mess cook ...suddenly men who have been eating hot dogs/burgers for years cannot cook for themselves ... it is fun to cook for so many who appreciate a good meal and great football ......GO EAGLES !!!