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An American pork brunch dish, developed from one introduced by Pennsylvanian Dutch immigrants. It contains pork shoulder, liver, cornmeal, onions, cloves and herbs, all fried in shortening; and was originally a way of using scraps of pork after the hogs had been slaughtered.

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