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Old 01-13-2009, 10:07 PM   #1
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I just found another recipe for SPAM I haven't heard before...wrap it in crushed saltine crackers and egg and fry it. Anybody else have a favorite recipe for SPAM? For those that say they hate it, how many of you really do have a can hidden in the camper someplace?
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Old 01-13-2009, 10:09 PM   #2
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Spam and egg sandwich.......mmmm good
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Old 01-14-2009, 04:18 AM   #3
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Fried spam & eggs for breakfast. Pretty basic, but what did I know when I was 18, in college, and never had much money.
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I need to introduce my kids to spam & eggs. None of them have ever had it.
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Old 01-14-2009, 04:43 AM   #5
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<DIV align=center>http://www.spam.com/eatspam/recipes.aspx
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:09 AM   #6
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Spam loaf, brown sugar and cloves on top then bake!
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We should start a thread, "Things we were made to eat as a child". Spam was one of them.



Boiled white rice, with milk and sugar on it

Fried mush with maple syrup

Open a can of salmon, dump it in a bowl, that was supper. To this day, I still hate salmon!

Liver and onions, YUK!

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We should start a thread, "Things we were made to eat as a child". Spam was one of them.



Boiled white rice, with milk and sugar on it

Fried mush with maple syrup

Open a can of salmon, dump it in a bowl, that was supper. To this day, I still hate salmon!

Liver and onions, YUK!


Like the first two hate the last two!
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Ok, I never had the Salmon like that. Had salmon patties with cream of mushroom soup on top.
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I am convinced that the salmon and liver was a form of child abuse. Getting back at us for being born.
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Liver and Onions is good eating with mashed potato's and gravy, of course.
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Liver and Onions is good eating with mashed potato's and gravy, of course.






Liver &amp; Onions, yuk!!!



But Spam &amp; beer, there are some possibilities!!
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See there is a suggestion for the rally, Have Spam for breakfast and spam snack at night.
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My maternal grandparents always had spam around. My grandfather was a WWII vet and loved it. (It is my understanding spam was fed to the GIs so that must be where my grandfather developed a taste for it.) I never really disliked it but I never really liked it either.



My mom used to serve us liver and would tell us it was "steak". I could never quite understand why sometimes steak tasted "different". I did eventually figure it out. To this day I can't stand liver and we still joke about my mom's "steak".



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Picky, picky, picky.

It all sounds delicious to me.

How about fried calf brains, kidney stew, mackeral patties, creamed parsnips, boiled potatos and turnips.....

And I still love to eat all those things.

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Walt- You are one tough old salt! I mean that as a compliment. I have just had to cushy of a life... I know it and am grateful for it. I do love sardines in mustard sauce on saltine crackers. My dad and I used to snack on them while watching professional "wrasslin" on Saturday afternoons. That was back when it was "wrasslin" and not "sports entertainment".

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What about Treet - The other meat
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Walt you are making me want Amish food. I have not had any since we left Lancaster
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I'll be near there the end of July, beginning of August. Will drive into Lancaster one of the days there.
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How's this for happy hour?

Spam cubes on a toothpick..Cheese cubes on a toothpick..and the ever popular Vienna Sausages on a toothpick. Yum!
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