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Weldermic
you are out in the wild ... no coleman stove ... no skillet...
just ya knife and matches along with ya possibles bag...and
a can of spam... or two.
  Carry a piece of alum foil folded up in your bag !
Split/baton a pc of wood flat enough to cover with foil so the spam can lay on it ...
and slice ya spam to eattun size.
  Ya now have a functional hobo skillet ...
place in fire and cook away.
Remember to flip to get that black on both sides effect.
  foil can be licked clean and used later or used to bait a racoon trap ...etc.

 
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fish
MMMM.... 1/4 inch SPAM steaklets
Patrick. A learning experience is one of those things that say, ' You know that thing you just did? Don't do that' Douglas Adams
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deepcrete6
spam spam spam spam-
thanks, Jerry
*I saw weird stuff in that place last night-weird,strange,sick,twisted,eerie,godless stuff....and I want in -Homer J. Simpson
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LakeGeorge
We visited the Spam factory, museum
and store in Austin, MN.

Silly fun!
Gary Coleman, I am.
I.C.C.C. #1035
11th Annual East Coast Coleman Convention, June 5-9, 2019. Gettysburg, PA
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nickkruzan
people think im crazy because i take (and eat) spam on camping or fishing trips
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txbruno
HQP

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deepcrete6
now be gone with you or i shall taunt you again!
thanks, Jerry
*I saw weird stuff in that place last night-weird,strange,sick,twisted,eerie,godless stuff....and I want in -Homer J. Simpson
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Scouterjan
No F+++++++++ Way
I would eat dirt and bark first
Jan
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jdburke
Monty Python...
A little pickier with the collecting, but having just as much fun as ever.
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Weldermic
spam n eggs
need I say more
cold spam and rubbing sleep out of your eyes
spam n taters fried together
SPAM RULES
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Tunnelratt
My son in law is Big Island Local, born and raised in Hilo, family name goes back generations, was a pro surfer as a kid, grew up on spam, now lives here on the mainland, he and I go out camping and motorcycle riding, SPAM everything, there are things you would never imagine eating that you can do with SPAM, Love it.
"Non Gratum Anus Rodentum"

Steve
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offero
What a coincidence. I just made spam and eggs for my son and me this morning. My wife won't touch the stuff, but he gobbled it up thinking it was bacon! (He's two... Getting him started early).
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Weldermic
spam jerky
spamwiche'
 spam soup is something I have been working on ...
need to get the broth a lil thicker yet
so the CHUNKS will float.
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bing
I always have spam on hand.  Spam happens!!

The business Costcosells a 'lunch meat slicer' that looked like a hard boiled egg slicer but for spam.  It works great for making perfect 1/4" slices.

I visited a friend in Austin MN back in 1995 and his whole family worked for Hormel going back generations.  We visited the museum, it was pretty neat.  The smell that comes off that factory at times will knock you over
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Weldermic
know this guy ... kinda fat , well he is fat...
fell out of his tree stand... well one he borrowed
deer hunting.
Fell on his arse and crushed his can of SPAM.
He had Spam PATTE' for lunch that day ...
at the Blue cheek dinner.
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ehodges
Love the Spam!
Blue Grass Texan
275 Appreciation Syndicate, Sears and Goldbond Collectors#22
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Coleman Blues 243 #113
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BigLew
I don't understand the senario in the original post. If your rations or supplies are so depleted that you need to make your own plank, why waist your aluminum foil on something as trivial as cooking SPAM. Spam can be eaten straight from the can.  If you must have it hot you can heat it right in the can.  If you have the afore mentioned knife, and you must have your fried/grilled slices, then you can cut the side of the can and open it out flat to form a cooking surface.   Why waist time making a plank of wood?  When you could use that time looking for more food or a way out of the woods.
I saw the light, no more darkness, no more night. - H. Williams Sr.
CCLXXV A.S. #LXXXIII ¡Viva el 275!
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Weldermic
and ahhh WHY leave the woods ?
  all I said was ... out in the wild and my being part HOBO...
and trapping...
  may need to leave to get more SPAM
lol
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jacobsdad
Sliced Spam + Foil + 30 minute drive = lunch

Slice spam, wrap in foil, place on car exhaust manifold, drive 30 minutes, have lunch.
Brian

 P.S. My favorite Coleman are still my 3-burners

" I checked into the Hokey Pokey Clinic and I turned myself around"
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gijills
spam burgers yummy. spam in the can with cheese and crackers yummy too! spam with ..........
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LakeGeorge
On our cross country camping trip
we'd gotten off the exit in Austin, MN
to have lunch at the A&W Root Beer.

The nicest employees ever at A&W
insisted we go to the Spam museum.

That's how we ended up there.
Gary Coleman, I am.
I.C.C.C. #1035
11th Annual East Coast Coleman Convention, June 5-9, 2019. Gettysburg, PA
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Weldermic
spam saves lives
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Hotdog
I love Spam, fry it up for breakfast quite often & my daughter & I make musabi for dinner & lunch all the time. Camping just wouldn't be the same without it.
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danduhman
How about equal time for the lowly but tasty Vienna sausage! the other mystery meat?
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fish
I saw the V in Vienna thought you were going to
say Velveeta the uncheese. My grandparents always
had that and Spam
Patrick. A learning experience is one of those things that say, ' You know that thing you just did? Don't do that' Douglas Adams
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big_sky06
"No F+++++++++ Way
I would eat dirt and bark first
Jan"

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

Come on Jan, parts is parts.....kind of like Beverly sausage in the can.
Amazed every day that I made it this far!

Chuck
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dorfus
Spam is great-cooked or "raw". Ever try the Bacon Spam? That is the Caviar of Spam!
Man, Coleman Lanterns are great! Only caught myself on fire once.
When I croak, my kids are gonna get a lot of cool stuff!
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kcdarnell58
Spam is a classic, but I usually eat Armour Treet. Cheaper, and the hot and spicy variety packs quite a kick.         -Kevin-
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Gasman64
(This is not my creation, but it's good! Don't know the original author)

AN ODE TO SPAM

(tm)

Oh SPAM(tm)! Oh SPAM(tm)! Gourmet delight!
My food by day, my dreams by night.
To carve, to slice, to dice you up -
pureed in a blender and sipped from a cup.

What shining deity from Olympus knelt
down to the earth and hog butt smelt?
Creating then man's eternal desire
for swine entrails congealed by fire.

On some corporate farm, a pig has died.
Eyes, tongue, and snout end up inside
that cube of SPAM(tm) hidden in the can
I now hold in my trembling hand.

More than mere food, SPAM(tm) is for me
a hedonistic expression of gluttonous glee.
Mottled with pork fat, the pink cube engrosses.
My mouth takes it in, my intestine disposes.

Long have my arteries clogged to the sound
of sizzling SPAM(tm) when there's no one around -
furtively chewing or swallowing whole.
Triple bypass by forty, my medical goal.

Other processed meat products I've tried or declined
Vienna Sausages, Treet, even pig's feet in brine.
Though each may be tasty in different ways,
none matches SPAM(tm) for gelatinous glaze.

That glistening pinkness beckons me
with gristle, fat, and BHT.
Oh SPAM(tm), my SPAM(tm) - the taste, the smell!
The sacred meat product, from Hormel.






Steve    ICCC #1012
The things you take for granted someone else is praying for.
 
        
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Bricklayer
Hmmm, we have not had Spam in many, many years. I suddenly feel the urge for Spam.


Ben
You meet thousands of people and none of them really touch you, and then you meet that one person, and your life is changed forever.

Ben
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Hotdog
"Ever try the Bacon Spam? That is the Caviar of Spam!"

Oh Yeah!, slice it thin and fry it up slightly crispy. So good! 
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Porky
I'm with you Jan. I carry extra weight so in an emergency I don't have to eat that......... well stuff.
Roger
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242burner
Why is it so expensive?  I mean, it has been made for decades!!!
1928 L-220 "Slant" from Russ
1919 Air-O from Jerry
500 Speedmaster

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wheelerspop
S  p  a  m .
Dave
275 Appreciation Syndicate
member #0045
"Remember, I'm pulling for ya. We're all in this together!" Red Green


Light up the night, then refill!
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GForceKaras
Spam is awesome! McDonald's in Hawaii serves it as part of their breakfast menu with Portaguese sausage, egg and rice!
Thien TAS member #2750 / Sears Collectors Club #1
Looking for a Sears Ted Williams lantern (FOUND! Thanks Sean!)
"The dreams of youth are the regrets of maturity" - Darkness
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dpatten
Is there nothing SPAM can't do!  It can even resurrect a thread that's been dead for 4 months!
Dennis the Peasant

ICCC Member #1337 (Thanks Dean!)
Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate #0086

"One of the sanest, surest, and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortune of others."
-R.A. Heinlein-
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dave
amen on spam!
275 Apreciation Syndicate Member #0019 dave !

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Tunnelratt
Spam Musubi, look it up, Man OH Man! Head down to Brudda's or the Gardena Bowl.....OH man, nothing like it!
"Non Gratum Anus Rodentum"

Steve
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Newfie
Spam rocks.

Anyone ever eat musubi? It's spam sushi.
Shane Looking for the following Canadian birthday lanterns or lamps: 2-32, 6-34,
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Lant_ern
Bacon Spam.My two sons and I was in Maine last Nov.and found bacon Spam{wow we only have regular Spam} I brought a couple of cans back .I put it on the pantry shelf and would see it every time I looked for somthing else .Some time in Jan. my will power gave out and I sliced the Bacon Spam then fried it ..................where was the bacon taste ...yes it was,saltey ,very little smoke taste.but all the fat of cheap bacon.It took five year to retry spam but it may be longer next time............
Looking for a 7-55 Canadian lantern       Ernie
BRIGHTER IS BETTER
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JRdaSconnie
Spam has been a semi-regular meal for me for a long time.  When growing up, if my mom (a teacher) was gone for conferences and I was home with dad (a trucker), we'd have Spam & Spaghetti-O's as one of our staple meals.  Loved it ever since.  Usually keep it simple and slice, fry, serve on toast with a slice of Kraft cheese.  Mmmm, sodium!  If you want to get fancy, I take the crescent rolls in a tube, lay sticks of Spam on them with strips of Kraft cheese, roll and bake.  I also have a couple Spam cookbooks and have been to the Austin museum several times.
It'll buff out.

Stovies don't need a special group.

Coleman Light Editor

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wheelerspop

This is from Wikipedia

Spam (shortened from spiced ham)[1] is a canned precooked meat product made by the Hormel Foods Corporation, first introduced in 1937. The labeled ingredients in the classic variety of Spam are chopped pork shoulder meat, with ham meat added, salt, water, modified potato starch as a binder, and sodium nitrite as a preservative. Spam's gelatinous glaze, or aspic, forms from the cooling of meat stock.[2]

The product has become part of many jokes and urban legends about mystery meat, which has made it part of pop culture and folklore.[3] Through a Monty Python sketch, in which Spam is portrayed as ubiquitous and inescapable, its name has come to be given to electronic spam, especially spam email.[4]

In 2007, the seven billionth can of Spam was sold.[5]

I grew up with Spam and I do enjoy it once in a while.

Spam with eggs

Spam and rice with beans, pea, ect.

Pizza with Spam and pineapple

Spam as a sandwich

Spam with pasta

Dave
275 Appreciation Syndicate
member #0045
"Remember, I'm pulling for ya. We're all in this together!" Red Green


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egroscup
SPAM stands for Stuff Posing As Meat. And I love it. For truly exceptional Spam, throw some in the smoker and hit it with some hickory for about an hour until it is nice and hot and cracking open like a good hotdog. I have converted spamophobes with it. Regular or lite both come out well, the flavored ones, not as much. Turkey SPAM out of the smoker isn't bad either. E.
The year 2259, the place Babylon 5
Erik
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Majicwrench
SMOKED SPAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to try it, my mouth is watering!!!!!!!!!
Keith
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twodollarpistol
I tried to stay out of this, but I just cant. I love spam so....period. For something a little different you might try this.  Take a loaf of spam place it on a cutting board on end as it was sitting in the can. Slice the entire loaf length wise down the center then slice across forming 2"long X about 1" square links. Place them on a short bamboo skewer and dip in your favorite corn dog batter and deep fry. Top with a little spicy brown or whatever you prefer and you be good to go.
TDP
"Oz never did give nothing to the tin man" but Christ gave it all to me
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campmaster
I like spam spam spam spam spam spam baked beans spam spam spam and spam
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Dave
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curlyjoe_99
yup luv my SPAM.  now they have Bacon seasoned (flavored) yum....
I do grilled spam & cheese sandwiches a lot. heat the spam first then put between bread & cheese and brown.
Eggs onion, potatoes, and SPAM on a burrito !

I also toss it in my stews as it adds some flavor to an otherwise all veggie dish.
It's also, one of my winter preps.
the singles go into my day pack at work.
the cans recycle as parts cleaners/separators

OH! and love the Monte Python skit
Robert (AKA Curly)-- Heart-of-Texas! "Keep 'Em Working"  
MILSPEC_OPS & 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #9999

In Search of (ISO): evidence of a 220/228 series lantern dated 2/63    

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egroscup
Spammity Spam wonderful Spam. My sweetie ran across an old Spam ad on the bay that had Spamcakes proudly on display. It was a pancake with a slice of Spam plopped right in the middle and cooked together. We tried it and while pretty good, there was room for improvement. The hot ticket is to cube the Spam and brown it a bit first then set aside, pour in your favorite batter, add the cubes and griddle away. Enjoy, E.
The year 2259, the place Babylon 5
Erik
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mytmousemalibu
It's been a lonnnnnng time since Ive had any. I kinda remember not liking it but that was prolly 25yrs ago or so when I was a lil' sprout. Theres a lot I'll eat now that I wouldn't touch back then so perhaps I would have a change of heart? You fellas are doing a good job of provoking some hunger pangs for it! My grandfolks always had some cans of that or Treet in the pantry.

I did see an interesting idea on TV for it once. Some show on Discovery? about forest fires, firemen, and smoke-jumpers. One of the smoke-jumper fellas was talking about how secluded you can be and with minimal equipment parachuting in. He packed a can of Spam! His gourmet recipe was open without peeling off the lid, slice it in the can with a knife cross-length, and sprinkled in some orange powdered drink mix onto the top, press the lid about closed again, stick it in a campfire it its pops and sizzles, and Waha-laa! You've made some Orange Glazed Spam!
,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!
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campmaster
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)

ICCC Member #1045

Dave
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