To the uninitiated, scrapple's a hard sell: After all, it's a mushy mish-mash of pork parts -- scraps of skin, heart, liver, etc. -- that fries up into something of a savory breakfast loaf. But it's an undeniably delicious delicacy that's extremely hard to find outside the northeast. Habbersett's a legend, and one bite will convert all naysayers. Just, you know, maybe don't list the ingredients until breakfast is over.