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2012/07/30 13:59:15 (permalink)

Things to do with Spam!

ALL of us love Spam, right?
Here's some creative things you can make with Spam. 
My Favorites are the Speuben and Spam Wellington!
What's your's??
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 14:20:16 (permalink)
    Creative
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 15:16:57 (permalink)
    Anybody ever tried the spam sushi they sell in Hawaii on every corner.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 15:27:33 (permalink)
    The Spam Hash would be fine, cut in smaller pieces. The Spam is salty and would fit right in..................
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 16:11:14 (permalink)
    A friend in the Virgin Islands, Bruce Kimmelman, was the Spam supplier (Schaefer beer, too)  in the area and one of his party hors d'oeurvre was Spam cubes sauteed in Cruzan rum and served on toothpicks.
     
    Good! And good for you.
     
    Schaefer, (was) the, one beer to have when you (were) having more than one.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 17:36:30 (permalink)
    Bait rodent traps with it.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 17:44:35 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    ALL of us love Spam, right?

    No, as it should be the same price as potted meat. Instead, it's the same price as quality bacon and sausage.

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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 18:27:00 (permalink)
    Ed Face

    Bait rodent traps with it.

    They won't touch it..............
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 22:28:39 (permalink)
    The last time we had Spam was perhaps 12 or so years ago - it was sliced very thin and fried until it was crisp - much like bacon.  As I said it's been a long time and I can still remember it being very salty.
     
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 22:38:35 (permalink)
    I'm with the rats.  Won't touch it.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/30 23:05:04 (permalink)
    and yet you eat liverwurst!  LOL
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 00:01:44 (permalink)
    I discoverd Spam in 1979 at a bridal shower. Someone's Mother cut it up in cubes, put it in a crockpot with BBQ sauce, and we ate it. i thought it was pretty good as an unsophisticated palate can. Our best friend, Roy, loved Spam fried, with melted American cheese on toast. We, about two times a year, have a "Roy"sandwich, as he died at the age of 40 (13 years ago in a fire)
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 04:33:53 (permalink)
    Ed Face
    Bait rodent traps with it.

    At least you'd have Happy Rodents!
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 04:35:41 (permalink)
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    Foodbme
    ALL of us love Spam, right?

    No, as it should be the same price as potted meat. Instead, it's the same price as quality bacon and sausage.

    That's because it's as good as quality bacon & sausage!
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 04:43:30 (permalink)
    baileysoriginal
    The last time we had Spam was perhaps 12 or so years ago - it was sliced very thin and fried until it was crisp - much like bacon.  As I said it's been a long time and I can still remember it being very salty.

    They make a low sodium one now along with a bunch of other varieties. 
    Varieties
    There are several different flavors of Spam products, including:
    Spam Classic – original flavor
    Spam Hot & Spicy – with Tabasco flavor
    Spam Jalapeño
    Spam Less Sodium – "25% less sodium"[
    Spam Lite – "33% less calories and 50% less fat" – made from pork shoulder meat, ham, and mechanically separated chicken
    Spam Oven Roasted Turkey
    Spam Hickory Smoke flavor
    Spam Spread – "if you're a spreader, not a slicer ... just like Spam Classic, but in a spreadable form"
    Spam with Bacon
    Spam with Cheese
    Spam Garlic
    In addition to the variety of flavors, Spam is sold in tins smaller than the twelve-ounce standard size.
    Spam Singles are also available, which are single sandwich-sized slices of Spam Classic or Lite, sealed in retort pouches.
    post edited by Foodbme - 2012/07/31 04:46:32
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 05:00:21 (permalink)
    mar52
    I'm with the rats.  Won't touch it.

    Rumor has it that they're coming out with Kosher Spam!
    I'll keep you posted.
    They also make Turkey Spam now!
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 10:21:40 (permalink)
    Back in the days of canned bacon, we'd take a cple of those along as well as cans of Spam on long overnight boat trips.  The 2 made it to almost every meal in one way or another
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 10:39:35 (permalink)
    SPAM makes a great decorative paperweight.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 10:43:51 (permalink)
    Imagine my delight when on a training mission to Pearl Harbor when I chanced to have breakfast at the McDonalds there on the pier and they had Spam and eggs. Of course none of my contemporaries partook, but what the hey...used to eat it for midrats on good old Archerboat.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 11:02:55 (permalink)
    brisketboy

    Imagine my delight when on a training mission to Pearl Harbor when I chanced to have breakfast at the McDonalds there on the pier and they had Spam and eggs. Of course none of my contemporaries partook, but what the hey...used to eat it for midrats on good old Archerboat.

    I wonder how or why Hawaii's love of Spam came about?!
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 11:12:02 (permalink)
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    brisketboy

    Imagine my delight when on a training mission to Pearl Harbor when I chanced to have breakfast at the McDonalds there on the pier and they had Spam and eggs. Of course none of my contemporaries partook, but what the hey...used to eat it for midrats on good old Archerboat.

    I wonder how or why Hawaii's love of Spam came about?!

    World War II. Lots of Spam there, and left over after it ended.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 11:15:27 (permalink)
    That's exactly correct Michael. In fact there was a recent episode of DDD that mentioned just that very fact. Whereas the rest of the world has moved on to other delicacies, Hawaii remains steadfastly in love with spam. The spam sushi in my book is definately over the top.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 11:18:37 (permalink)
    I have a couple of friends who love Spam musubi.
     
    I've grilled and smoked it, and it does come out quite salty.  Same with vienna sausages.
     
    Brad
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 11:33:00 (permalink)
    Spam is huge on Guam, too. And that's also a carryover from War Two.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 12:10:14 (permalink)
    I love Kenji. He is so much fun!

    I would try a few of those with Pork Roll instead of Spam.

    Maybe the Luther Burger with a Doughnut Plant doughnut variety that matches the wonderful goodness of Pork Roll.

    I think I would try the Double-Down with Pepper Jack... but I don't know about adding bacon. Maybe something else.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 12:47:42 (permalink)
    Pork roll is good. Tastes a lot like Spam and Treet.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 12:55:40 (permalink)
    How about a Double down with goetta or scrapple instead of Spam?
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 13:07:19 (permalink)
    I've never had Goetta (it sounds like it would be a good DD from the Melton's report) or Spam Treet or Scrapple.
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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 17:43:04 (permalink)
    Ed Face

    Bait rodent traps with it.

    That wouldn't work, rodents are smart!

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    Re:Things to do with Spam! 2012/07/31 18:23:54 (permalink)
    When I was serving in Vietnam getting a can of Spam was like getting a bar of Gold!  If you didnt lock it up or hide it somewhere it would get stolen!  
    Sooooooooo  many good ways of eating it!  Fried, mixed with scrambled eggs, rolled up inside a flour tortilla etc etc or right out of the can plain!
    Anyone who claims to eat canned potted meat, liverwurst or the like should not at all be critical of Spam!  
    Spam is also especially good topped off with a huge chunk of melted cheese.  
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