dont watch this link if stuff bothers you. they are using a new sped up butchering process where the animals are butcheded while llive and alert.
its the most disquisting thing i have ever watched
LOL! Good one. SPAM = Substance Posing As Meat!
For some reason, the Hawaiian populace loves SPAM. They have more
varieties of Spam for that market than Baskin-Robbins has flavor.
I have one son-in-law who loves it. I'd puke if I had to dig it out of
the can to throw it away!
I do that too but the Spam version is a lot faster. Fry up some onions
and garlic (the start of any successful recipe) in a Dutch oven, add the
cabbage and cubed Spam, cover, and cook until the cabbage is tender.
Unlike many people I do colcannon for St. Pat's Day. Cabbage and
potatoes, if they were lucky, where what the Irish really ate after all
the beef was shipped to Britain.
Yeah, meatloaf... I've never been able to perfect the old diner
meatloaf experience. I probably can't bring myself to add enough
oatmeal, bread crumbs, and sawdust. It's hard to find any of that old
diner comfort food anymore. I can come close with the rice pudding and a
few other things.
On Friday, November 20, 2015 at 2:05:19 AM UTC-5, Muggles wrote:
Walking home from our Boy Scout meeting on Friday nights *always*
included a stop at the German deli for Rice Pudding and then a
stop at the soda shop a few doors down for a Vanilla Egg Cream.
The hairy arm technique was still used in the 60's before they went to
an aluminum tray. 10 cents apiece and the deal was to see how many you
could scarf down.
They call it chili sauce but it's not like any chili sauce you've had
unless you've been to Charlie's. It's sort of a Greek/Armenian taste
like if you scraped the topping off lahmajoun.
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