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Old 02-24-2012, 10:16 AM   #131
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There's a can of Spam in my hurricane emergency food stash. I'll bet it's pretty darn good if you're hungry enough. Just hope I don't find out any time soon. Also some canned chicken; maybe I'll eat the Spam first.
Canned chicken is the ideal product to throw at the feral dogs that might chase you on trips through the Southwestern Florida "outback", or the gators. Either way, here's hopin' it tastes better to them than you do.

Up here in Great Lakes country, I'd throw it to wild bears and cougars, or maybe some hungry cayotes that would be chasing me. Hustle, hustle, hustle.

P.S. It's also great for calming rampaging ogres and ogresses (duck and run very fast).

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Old 02-24-2012, 11:24 AM   #132
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Canned chicken is the ideal product to throw at the feral dogs that might chase you on trips through the Southwestern Florida "outback", or the gators. Either way, here's hopin' it tastes better to them than you do.

Up here in Great Lakes country, I'd throw it to wild bears and cougars, or maybe some hungry cayotes that would be chasing me. Hustle, hustle, hustle.

P.S. It's also great for calming rampaging ogres and ogresses (duck and run very fast).

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
Looks like whoever eats what up in GL country it will have to be dug out of a snowbank first.
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Old 02-24-2012, 12:27 PM   #133
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Looks like whoever eats what up in GL country it will have to be dug out of a snowbank first.
The snow is pounding the Lower Peninsula. The storm's staying well south of us Yoopers. I won't have to break out the shovel tonight.

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Old 02-25-2012, 06:49 AM   #134
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Husband talks about having some really bad rations in Vietnam. Bad enough that no matter how hungry, he wouldn't eat them. So he threw them out for a scrawny feral dog. The darned dog rejected them.
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Old 02-25-2012, 06:58 AM   #135
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Oh, there is an entire SPAM haiku web site! I had the hard copy for years in my desk, and cleaned it out so don't have it any more. But just look up SPAM haiku. You'll love it.
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Old 02-25-2012, 08:32 AM   #136
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Oh, there is an entire SPAM haiku web site! I had the hard copy for years in my desk, and cleaned it out so don't have it any more. But just look up SPAM haiku. You'll love it.
Brilliant!

SPAM Haiku: Recipes

I'll be all day!

http://mit.edu/jync/www/spam/archive.html
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Oh, there is an entire SPAM haiku web site! I had the hard copy for years in my desk, and cleaned it out so don't have it any more. But just look up SPAM haiku. You'll love it.
What a cool website! Thanks for posting.
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I was once a Spam hater...then I had Spam Musubi and I saw the light.

Grill a 1/4 inch slab
Put it on a square of sushi rice (use an extra large nigiri rice mold)
Drizzle it with teriyaki sauce
Wrap it in a strip of nori
Eat your spam sushi

It will "spin ya bebadeeze" as my husband would say. Just beware because one 1/4 inch piece of spam has all the sodium you need for one whole day! Wow.
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There's a modestly successful fast-food chain called "Ono" mostly throughout California that serves Hawaiian lunch plates. They have spam musubi on the menu as side order. So, it's as legit a food as say, McDonald french fries.
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Does McDonalds still have beef in their french fries?

I'd rather have beef in my fries than spam in my sushi.
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