Love it or hate it, SPAM is a cultural icon. The little loaves of spiced pork shoulder are recognized all over the US (and beyond!) for their saltiness, their fattiness, their ability to withstand all manner of emergency up to and incuding thermonuclear war and zombie apocalypse, and the distinctive schlllloooooop sound they make as they slide out of their cheery blue cans. That noise is more powerful than a mating call for certain Hawaiians I know.
A few weeks ago, we tasted every flavor of Spam on the market. It was… interesting. But the real question is: What do you do with over a dozen cans’ worth of leftover Spam?
You get creative, that’s what.
Each one of these recipes is just one small step for Spam, one giant leap for Spamkind (as we community of Spam lovers like to call ourselves).
Oh… and when I visited the site, I saw this:
yes, that’s an ad for spam blocking software in the banner for an article about Spam. Ooooo… the irony!