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Old 03-22-2012, 12:58 PM   #151
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Its like a naughty secret having Spam in your cupboard. Yes I know its naughty but I like it. Only now and again, but I don't feel bad when I do have it.

Fried spam is even nicer. Mwuhaahahhhhaaa (thats my evil laugh).
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Old 03-22-2012, 01:13 PM   #152
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Its like a naughty secret having Spam in your cupboard. Yes I know its naughty but I like it. Only now and again, but I don't feel bad when I do have it.

Fried spam is even nicer. Mwuhaahahhhhaaa (thats my evil laugh).
Spams ok and scrapple is better. What I want to know are the secrets in a tin of Bully Beef?
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Old 03-22-2012, 01:30 PM   #153
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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.
He he....you can get hot dog sushi in Hawaii too!
Plus beef teriyaki sushi with spam in it!
You just have to shut off the "ewe gross" radar in the brain and put it in your mouth and then YUM!

Personally I don't think Spam is any yuckier than hot dogs. I don't eat this type of stuff more than maybe twice a year because it's so unhealthy...but when I do, it's a guilty pleasure that I thoroughly enjoy.
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:53 PM   #154
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He he....you can get hot dog sushi in Hawaii too!
Plus beef teriyaki sushi with spam in it!
You just have to shut off the "ewe gross" radar in the brain and put it in your mouth and then YUM!

Personally I don't think Spam is any yuckier than hot dogs. I don't eat this type of stuff more than maybe twice a year because it's so unhealthy...but when I do, it's a guilty pleasure that I thoroughly enjoy.
No worse than hot dogs. I agree. Once or twice a year guilty pleasure for me too. I get the Turkey spam relieves some of the guilt.
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Old 03-22-2012, 04:00 PM   #155
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I have a small can of the Lite Spam on the shelf. Someday if I ever get my appetite back, I will make Spam and eggs for breakfast. I also keep a can of Mary's Kitchen Roast Beef hash on the shelf. I would rathe keep canned goods handy than packaged items. Hamburgr Helper comes to mind. That little seasoning packet is more salt than seasoning. The Lite Spam has had most of the salt removed. It is now palatable.

BTE, FYI. the eyeballs from our slaughtered animals for our table are shipped to Europe. They are considered a delicacy over there. (Be still my stomach!)
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Old 03-22-2012, 05:18 PM   #156
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Spam helped make American soldiers the best fed in history.
Best fed? I don't know about that. Obviously, you've never eaten in a foreign mess hall.

I did a tour with the USO during the Gulf War and ate mess hall chow on NATO bases all over Europe. I have to say that the best food I saw, by far, was served in an Italian Air Force mess in Aviano, Italy. Among the entries, you had your choice of fresh tuna steak or chicken with an herbed cream sauce. Pasta was served on the side, and each table had a basket of fresh bread and a bottle of San Pellegrino mineral water.

By contrast, in the American mess hall you had hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, and Kool-Aid.

Guess which place most of the American personnel chose to eat at?
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Old 03-24-2012, 03:11 AM   #157
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Guess which place most of the American personnel chose to eat at?
The McDonalds off base?
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Old 03-24-2012, 12:43 PM   #158
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Its still good fried and paire with colby cheese and grilled. YUM!
It really comes down to personal preference. A lot of people use goat cheese, I think it's disgusting. So there it is.
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chevre and Spam? Hrmmmmm, that sounds, um, interesting. . .
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