You betcha… it is cans of SPAM
Good morning, there is a soft snow falling, the plow has been by, and I am preparing to head out. May not go too far, if the snow picks up.. but need to get basics, like milk and eggs.
When was the last time you had Spam, have you ever had Spam? It has been around for ages, I recall it being used for sandwiches. Never on my shopping list, nor was it part of my Mother’s inventory for meals. For years, it was totally lost to me.
Then I read an article about how Spam is a delicacy in some countries, and in Korea and Hawaii, they make special dishes with Spam. In fact, someone told me, there are areas in this world where they can’t keep it on the shelves, and it gets locked up because it is a favourite for shop lifters. Hello?????? Spam??????
Curious me, I decided to look for it in our local Asian grocers. I was really surprised at the variety offered. And now it is being made by other companies, using a different name, since Spam is trademarked. Will wonders never cease. Initially I bought one can, brought it home to try, and discovered that for a canned product, it had potential for integration into my style of dishes And my husband could easily chew, eat and digest it without a problem. Hello Spam!
As I sit here munching on my spicy Szechuan Spam sandwich made with a Chinese sweet bun.. I am very content with this new discovery.
Trying something new is fun. Leads to new possibilities, and a different taste to the palette, which in turn, makes for a truly “yummy” moment. Early morning and I am already having a day of discoveries.
Hope you are also enjoying an exciting and adventurous day. We are the captains of our own ships. Or is it the chefs in our own kitchens. Whatever, I know you get the drift.
Enjoy the day allow it to build to its fullest potential. You will be blessed!
other tins.. eel, one is roasted and the other in black bean sauce