What!? Sir! Do not, diss the food of the gods that is, Bacon Grill!Do people really eat that stuff by choice? We had to eat it during and after the war as there was little else. Fresh meat was a luxury and we didn't have fridges, so tinned spam was what you kept in the cupboard for emergencies.
My daughter and my grandkids all love Spam as much as I do. Sliced and fried (whether plain or topped with melted cheese) diced into scrambled eggs, or into baked beans, or into mac & cheese, ot into grits, or into hash browns, etc. There's really no bad way to serve it........ I love it and get funny looks from my kids and the wife when I buy it, you know the "You're not buying that again? It's all hoof and nails!" Don't care.
When fried with some onion and Worcestershire sauce...
Sounds like my maternal grandmother. Her diet was bacon fat (just the fat mind you) and biscuits and molasses; or similar. Not her entire diet, but her preferred foods, and yet she stayed lean and generally healthy all her life......He's as lean as a whippet and walks miles everyday, I think the occasional BG calorie bomb's not likely to do him any grief
That looks pretty good. My 'arrangement' of Spam doesn't resemble it in any way whatsoever.we had a Spam competition at a group hang I was at, and a dish very like this one was definitely the most spectacular. Also easy