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Monday, January 23, 2012

Hawaiian Steak!


Hmm . . . Spam?

Did you know that Hawaiians eat over six million cans of spam per year? Wow!

I must admit that I don’t eat spam, but I would love to try some good Hawaiian spam recipes. Anyone out there have a couple of good ones?

So, why spam? During World War II the rationing created the perfect conditions for using spam, and after the war people continued to eat it. Another possible reason for its popularity is that Hawaiians and Asians eat a lot of rice, and the salty spam goes well with bland rice.

Maybe you think spam is only served in fast food places or prepared at home? Wrong! It’s served in high-end restaurants as well!

Okay, I gotta find a good recipe! And when I do, I’ll try it, and post the recipe, and describe my experience as well.

Mahalo for visiting!

Cheryl


4 comments:

  1. YUCK!!! lol No spam for this chica.

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  2. LOL, Jessica! When in Hawaii . . .
    Aloha! --Cheryl

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  3. Growing up my mom used to slice it thin, put it on hamburger buns with a piece of cheese, then wrap it in foil and put it in the oven. I remember liking them.

    Now I'm not so sure I would. My BFF fries it in the skillet and makes fried potatoes. She forced me to try a bite. Not bad.

    That's a lot of spam. :)

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  4. Thanks for sharing those great "spam usage" ideas, Jessica! I bet it's pretty good--all those Hawaiians can't be totally off base! Aloha! --Cheryl

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