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Old 10-18-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
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I just got the wife hooked on spam. does anyone have any interesting or different recipes?
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Sounds like you need to try a spam egg and cheese biscuit. Perfect cure for a hangover!:letsdrink
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turkey spam baked in the oven, yum yum
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Old 10-18-2008, 07:31 PM   #5
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Sliced spam, fried and then placed on a Hamburger bun with mustard and a little Texas Pete
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Hey, you can say what you want about Spam but I had a couple of cans of the stuff and a couple dozen eggs and a bag of potatoes all packed in my car the night Ivan hit FWB along with my very rare 3 burner Coleman camp stove (The old style now, mind you)!! I stayed with about 4 families in my buddy's print shop in Shalimar and the next morning I had a full blown breakfast going out on the covered sidewalk and they all loved it!! All the power was out but we had hot coffee, spam, home fries, and eggs any way you wanted them!! The cops out on Rt. 85 were wet and cold directing traffic around the Shalimar bridge because of some power lines and stray boats blocking the roadway and we took them each a hot cup of coffee too!! Man, you would have thought we gave them a Ruth Criss steak the way they smiled and thanked us!!



I used to take Spam on camping trips all the time and I would slice it very thin, fry it until it just turned dark brown almost black andas crispy as well done bacon and you can't hardly find a better meat on a cold morning in front of a roaring campfire!!
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Old 10-18-2008, 09:25 PM   #7
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Funny you should mention SPAM. Susan's GF and ex coworker came in from California for a week and left today at 5:00AM. She cooked some up. Slice thin 1/8 to 1/4" and cook in a pan that has melted brown sugar. Cook till sugar gets thick and glazes the (if you want to call it) meat. Serve over white rice. I don't care for Spam but I had to admit it wasn't bad, in fact quite tasty.

Framerguy... You're an old fart. I still have 3 of those stoves..1-3 burner and 2-2 burner. If you are going to use one much you might want get the CO2 holder that pressurizes the tank...the end of pumping.



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Framerguy (10/18/2008)Hey, you can say what you want about Spam but I had a couple of cans of the stuff and a couple dozen eggs and a bag of potatoes all packed in my car the night Ivan hit FWB along with my very rare 3 burner Coleman camp stove (The old style now, mind you)!! I stayed with about 4 families in my buddy's print shop in Shalimar and the next morning I had a full blown breakfast going out on the covered sidewalk and they all loved it!! All the power was out but we had hot coffee, spam, home fries, and eggs any way you wanted them!! The cops out on Rt. 85 were wet and cold directing traffic around the Shalimar bridge because of some power lines and stray boats blocking the roadway and we took them each a hot cup of coffee too!! Man, you would have thought we gave them a Ruth Criss steak the way they smiled and thanked us!!



I used to take Spam on camping trips all the time and I would slice it very thin, fry it until it just turned dark brown almost black andas crispy as well done bacon and you can't hardly find a better meat on a cold morning in front of a roaring campfire!!
that is a sweet rig! I got all excited when i came up with the spam egg and cheese. (I did use 3 different kinds of cheeses though!) I wish i could find a set up like you have. Post a recipe!!! :toast
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"Framerguy... You're an old fart. I still have 3 of those stoves..1-3 burner and 2-2 burner. If you are going to use one much you might want get the CO2 holder that pressurizes the tank...the end of pumping."

Yeah, I lost my 2 burner old fart Coleman when I loaned it out and never got it back! (What are friends for??)

CO2 charger??? Heck, pumping that red tank up is one of my favorite pastimes and it really bulks up my triceps!!

That 3 burner came from a yard sale for 4 bucks!! It is probably 35 years old and still ticks like a Timex! Now my Coleman lantern, that is another story. I am still looking for a complete overhaul kit for that double mantle model I have but it seems like nobody services the O-rings and valves and such anymore. I occasionally find a shutoff valve or a pump valve in a sporting goods store but I need more than that. It seems like every time I go to light the lantern, it ignites about 5 different places and hardly ever on the mantles themselves!!

CJF, recipes, .......... recipes???? We don' need no steenking recipes!!!

OK, you will find that opening the Spam can is probably more complicated than most of the recipes that you will find for preparing it!For my "gourmet" breakfast I simply slice the tenderloin of Spam into wafer thin slices or anything up to an eighth of an inch or so and fry it 'till it squeals real loud!! Let it get good and dried out and around a very dark mahoganycolor and then take it out of the pan and wrap it in a paper towel to get any leftover grease off of it. You can cut it up for omelets or eat it like ham if you prefer fried eggs or roll itand stuff it up your nose for an incredible high!!

When I camp I cook Spam over an open fire with one of those wire clamp together fish grillers (or maybe they are used for toasted sandwiches), whatever, they let the grease drip away from the meat and allow it to get that crisp even finish that can't be created on a stove. And you can flip it back and forth without losing any of that glorious conglomeration of lordonlyknowswhatsortofmeat in the campfire!

I have yet to master Spam in the microwave. For the way I like it, when I use the nuker on it the meat turns really tough and rubbery, a normal characteristic of Spam but not one that I savor for breakfast. It does make good catfish bait when prepared that way though.

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Hahaha! I don't think you can cook that stuff long enough to get all the grease out of it. I've tried to make myself like it and it just doesn't work for me. Maybe I wasn't slicing it thin enough. After eating it, my mouth felt like I'd eaten a spoonful of shortening or something. I'd eat it if I was hungry enough and somebody offered it to me but I don't think I'll be running out and buying any of it anytime soon. That stuff ain't cheap for what it is either.
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