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SoakedKarma
Fried Rice w/Spam.. Spam and Eggs.. Fried Spam.. Costco 8 can packs ya gotta love it all..
Eagles Don't Eat Seeds
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mytmousemalibu
campmaster wrote:
mytmouse (my old drag car's name is..mightymouse)  Try this on for size.
 Get 5 eggs and beat em up pretty good. Shred up a bunch of gouda cheese. dice up a green onion. now slide the spam cube along the cheese shredder till you have a pile of shredded spam.
 Now make all that into an omelette. Put a scoop of sour cream on your plate and dip a few bites into that.

You will never look at spam the same again.  (you can use bacon spam also, and add whatever else you like)



Sounds tasty! a Spamlette!

Ive drag raced since I was about 9yrs old. My screen name originated from my drag car, 79 Malibu Wagon 361ci. SBC stock unbalanced short block (minus overbore), alum. heads, victor jr. intake, Holley 750cfm double pumper mech sec. Comp solid lifter 495/495 bumpstick, magnum rockers, full MSD ign- pro billet, 7AL2. TH350 built by me, GM 7.5 10-Bolt, 3:73, Detroit locker, moser axles, c-clip elem. boxed arms with poly bushings. Heavy old sled, gutted interior and under hood, still has all glass, all steel car! Best ET was 12.43 with a bad torque converter!
,Chris

Kero-sane: One who has a rational affinity towards anything powered by kerosene.

Looking for B-day's 1/83, any 237, Turds (any), 501, mini's, other kero burners!
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0009
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Scouterjan
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO SPAM
"ebgone bahwagh agi" Harvest Gatherer

Mitakiuye Oyasin " All My Relations"
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campmaster
ICCC Member #1045

Dave
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campmaster
mytmousemalibu wrote:
campmaster wrote:
mytmouse (my old drag car's name is..mightymouse)  Try this on for size.
 Get 5 eggs and beat em up pretty good. Shred up a bunch of gouda cheese. dice up a green onion. now slide the spam cube along the cheese shredder till you have a pile of shredded spam.
 Now make all that into an omelette. Put a scoop of sour cream on your plate and dip a few bites into that.

You will never look at spam the same again.  (you can use bacon spam also, and add whatever else you like)



Sounds tasty! a Spamlette!

Ive drag raced since I was about 9yrs old. My screen name originated from my drag car, 79 Malibu Wagon 361ci. SBC stock unbalanced short block (minus overbore), alum. heads, victor jr. intake, Holley 750cfm double pumper mech sec. Comp solid lifter 495/495 bumpstick, magnum rockers, full MSD ign- pro billet, 7AL2. TH350 built by me, GM 7.5 10-Bolt, 3:73, Detroit locker, moser axles, c-clip elem. boxed arms with poly bushings. Heavy old sled, gutted interior and under hood, still has all glass, all steel car! Best ET was 12.43 with a bad torque converter!



This cant be real. We both had drag cars named mighty mouse and guess what my best was... 12.40 at 110 mph. But mine had 96 cubic inches and weighed 1600 lbs. 



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Dave
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pateco
Came across this old thread while searching for something else, but had to add my 2 cents.

Spam Sushi

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and Spam Msubi

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Life is a Beach

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NWMike
Spam love it or hate it.  I'll fry up spam any day before I'd let my brother ruin a can of beef stew.  Face it some people can't boil water.  Spam has cultural implications all over the world.  Now I'm going to have to pick up a can with all this talk of spam.
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Jayhawksr
Check this out form the Washington Post -- high end restaurants serving Spam.   https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/the-latest-trend-at-dc-restaurants-spam-and-its-actually-delicious/2019/02/20/5d0922aa-2cb0-11e9-984d-9b8fba003e81_story.html?utm_term=.1ca0c34bd98
Richard (KC native and KU Alumni living in Maryland)
Rock Chalk, Jayhawk. Go KU!
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #1983
Mil Spec Syndicate #1983
Eagle Scout Class of '83
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Mark in Texas
Slice up your spam, roll it in flour, dip it in egg wash, roll it in panko breadcrumbs. Fry it.

Fancy spam.
Don’t sell yourself short judge, you’re a tremendous slouch.

Mil-Spec Ops #8505
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azmike
Grilled Spam and green chili/mayo sandwich on fresh baked sourdough bread plus a cold Pacifico!

Making Breakfast Great Again!
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azmike
I worked on Kodiak Island, Alaska for years. I ended up in the village of Ahkiok for a job - there was a store where you could buy Pilot Bread and Spam...thats it! Oh yea they had a small supply of Colgate tooth paste!
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Dubblbubbl
We had spam on the breakfast menu at boy scout camp, some 40+ years ago. Our troop would order extra when it was on the menu when filling out the commissary order. These were the days when you went to the commissary to get what you were cooking for every meal, then took it back to camp to cook the meal for the troop. We ate it for breakfast in the morning and then use the uncooked left overs for catfish bait. Nowdays I always have a can in the pantry. Never know when the craving for it will strike. Take it camping every trip, quicker to fry up than bacon, only problem is the wife won’t eat it.
Rob in NC
MilSpecOps Syndicate #1962
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #1962

Sometimes we are the windshield, Sometimes we are the bug...
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Majicwrench
Had spam, eggs and pancakes for dinner last night....YUM!!!!!!!!!!
Keith
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kw12330
I can remember when I was a kid there had to be at least 3 cans of spam in the house at all times, was dads go to when he made us breakfast on the weekends, mom cooked all week, so I always looked forward to dads weekend breakfast. Now every Sunday its spam fried taters and eggs, the gf doesn't, like it but i do.

Keith W  

ICCC#1599
looking for lanterns 1/66 1/87 7/94 BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #011
The Coleman Blues 243's #112   MilSpec Syndicate #1966
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #168  Sears Collector Club #1966 
Canadian Blues Syndicate#49

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xvz12
These are hanging out in our pantry....but I suspect one of them will go missing VERY soon....lol

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Wynn - xvz12

ICCC#1560
MilSpecOps Syndicate #77
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0150
Looking for almost anything kero...[wink]
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Gasman64
Thanks for reviving this thread; it reminds me that I need to go get some.  So many varieties nowadays...[drool]
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Steve    ICCC #1012

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Van
Make your own Spam.

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Northman49
Dubblbubbl wrote:
We had spam on the breakfast menu at boy scout camp, some 40+ years ago. Our troop would order extra when it was on the menu when filling out the commissary order. These were the days when you went to the commissary to get what you were cooking for every meal, then took it back to camp to cook the meal for the troop. We ate it for breakfast in the morning and then use the uncooked left overs for catfish bait. Nowdays I always have a can in the pantry. Never know when the craving for it will strike. Take it camping every trip, quicker to fry up than bacon, only problem is the wife won’t eat it.

  How did the catfish bite on Spam? Did it work?
She was only a moonshiner's daughter, but I loved her still.

I keep my tools sharp...but my mind sharper!
  Ed
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