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Old 11-19-2014, 02:28 PM   #21
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The Chorizo Spam has good authentic flavor without any "nasty bits" found in the real stuff. Diced up the spam and fried it good before adding the beat up eggs. Sprinkled the stove toasted flour tortillas with grated cheese mixed with chopped green onion and cilantro, and wrapped them up with the egg mix. Easy peasy
Thanks for the recipe! DH, as well as a lot of locals, really like spam. I ought to photograph the spam display at the grocery store, it is quite large.
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Old 11-19-2014, 07:21 PM   #22
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It's cold here. We had oyster stew made with Steve Kroll's recipe!
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It's cold here. We had oyster stew made with Steve Kroll's recipe!
Glad you enjoyed it!! I need to make some myself one of these days.
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Thanks for the recipe! DH, as well as a lot of locals, really like spam. I ought to photograph the spam display at the grocery store, it is quite large.
You're welcome Beth! Now I'm thinking of uses for SPAMŪ Teriyaki | Delicious Varieties of SPAM MeatŪ | SPAM

Stir fry, Ramen Noodles, fried rice....
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Thanks for the recipe! DH, as well as a lot of locals, really like spam. I ought to photograph the spam display at the grocery store, it is quite large.

Interesting enough, we have a wide selection too.
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