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Spam: Filling bellies since WWII


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It seems that Spam is a “love it or hate it” ingredient; it makes some smile and it makes many people gag, but it’s a selection that Steph and I often consider at our local haunts. It can be found boiled over a bowl of noodles, fried in an old-style breakfast, or even baked into a number of casseroles, chilies, or dare I say, desserts? Having said that, the versatility of Spam is a little troubling, but it’s also quite remarkable considering that people have eaten it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner worldwide for over 70 years.

If you’d like to expand your Spam knowledge, check out this comprehensive list of Spam-based recipes on the official Spam site.

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