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Thank you :D Thank you :D Thank you :D

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  1. T1Viper

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    mSkiba, you'll need to stay up late, most i have seen on here tend to come out after midnight.

    You need a quick flash of the spotlight, then a click on the report button and they usually drop within a few hours :)
     
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    lol I bagged a couple the other night, seem to be form China?
     
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    At the risk of appearing to be jumping on a bandwaggon, I'd like to add my thanks here too.

    They're putting us through our paces of late and if it weren't for you guys, we'd have a lot more tidying up to do.

    Thanks

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    Spam for tea now, this thread has made me hungry LOL
     
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    That's no fun - I catch them in their sleep :sleeping: [​IMG]

    Thanks for all the reports guys :) :You_Rock_
     
  6. Melonfish

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    You bandwagon jumper you ;)


    Slice spam into 1/2 cm thickness, grill until crispy each side, lay on toast with brown sauce and drop a fried egg on top (runny)
    doable on a camp-fire too :D
    you can fry the spam, but be sure to only eat it perhaps once a year or you'll end up like Elvis...
    Pete
     
  7. Toddy

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    Make up a batter from self raising flour, a pinch of salt and either water or remaindered beer.

    Slice spam into slightly less than 1cm slices.

    Heat a pan of oil until a teaspoonful of batter dropped in rises quickly and cooks pale gold, not brown.

    Dip spam into batter and gently lay into the pan, turn and cook both sides. Lift out and drain on kitchen paper. Should take a minute or two to cook.

    Spam fritters; I'm told (since they're a very occasional treat for HWMBLT ) that HP sauce is the very stuff to eat with them :D

    cheers,
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    I'm more of a bacon grill person myself, or any other tinned porky delights that rik_uk3 happens to mention :)
     
  9. Toddy

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    Either / or.....or even corned beef works as fritters :D

    M
     
  10. Melonfish

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    Ooh yes good point Mary HP is the ONLY sauce to eat fried/frittered spam with. ;)
     
  11. Toddy

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    Your runny fried egg suggestion......you could cube the spam and fry it and them pour a couple of beaten eggs over and stir vigorously until it quickly cooks.....turn out onto a couple of buttered rolls and have with HP.

    Collestoral attack of the first order mind, but probably tasty :D

    M
     
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    mmmmmmmm HP :)

    Gonna try corned beef fritters for sure!
     
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    Or you can 'roast' it ... :cool:

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  14. Toddy

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    Talking of roasting stuff like this.
    You know the big kebab roasts that turn on spits and are shaved off ? They can be bought ready to cook for £15.
    That's a *lot* of kebab for a camp supper :D

    M
     
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    i used to make those for a living toddy, there's more meat in your braised tofu than there is in one of those things!
    when they say 100% lamb they're not lying, just twisting the truth a little, they contain 100% of the lamb (mutton, goat, fly tray, let's not split hairs) eyes, intestines, fleece, bone marrow, excrement, the whole lot, literally 100% of the lamb.

    all that said, they do taste good!

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    There are times I am really, really, glad I'm vegetarian :)

    Right now's one of them :D

    cheers,
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    But so was the lamb, look what happened to the poor thing :yikes: .
     
  18. T1Viper

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    Chalk another one up for my tally this one had 3 posts and is from china, just like the others.
     
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    I'm really not a fan, although proper sheesh kabab is fantastic, nice big chunks of meat.

    Mary: the cubed spam idea is getting tried out tonight! defo worth a go.
     
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    Time to resurrect this thread? :lmao:


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