Spam

My family loves Spam. Spam and eggs, Spam musubi, fried Spam and rice. But you know, we’re trying to keep it healthy in our house:

So we use the Turkey version instead. *wink, wink*

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  1. LOL..they have Turkey spam now??? I can say finally say that I've seen it all!Who am I kiddin'….we LOVE spam in this house! All we need is some rice and ketchup and we're good to go!!! That could be breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

  2. LOL. I can't stomach spam, but I was born and raised in Texas and people there LOVE The Spam. Haha.Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!

  3. SHUT UP!!! Spam musubi? That's a favorite in our house! Where are you from, originally? We're a Spam eating family – coming from Hawaii we have to be! I have one of the best recipes….I'll have to share it with you! The most ironic thing is I don't eat a lot of meat…but Spam….is an exception! Ironic, I know!

  4. I cannot stomach SPAM and I did not even know they made a turkey version. I think it is one of those foods you either really like or really do not.

  5. For real? I've never tried spam in my life! Is it really good? Hmmm, I guess it's something you've gotta try at least once in your lifetime right?So does Turkey spam still as good lol?

  6. I'm sorry, I must say a tiny "yuk". Spam wasn't yummy when I had to eat it in my childhood, and it doesn't look like it's improved any. BUT I'm glad you are able to make it delicious!

  7. Turkey Spam rocks. Well, kinda'! Coming from Minnesota (the Land of Spam –Ha! Ha!)I just have to say it's not so bad. You know, in an emergency. A. Real. Food. Emergency.

  8. I had a friend who was stationed on the same base as us, she was half Japanese like me and she would put Spam in her yakisoba noodles. I was leary to try it at first but it was actually pretty good. I have not had it since but at least I can say that I have tried it :o)

  9. what is it with Americans and Spam *LOL*. Just the thought of eating compressed and molded meat from a can… makes my tummy queasy.Makes me think of that movie Christmas with the Kranks and how Christmas wasn't christmas without the canned ham and so she paid a little old lady like $300.00 for the last canned ham. *BLeh* I'll have to take your word for it that it's yummy :)

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