I had seen ads for Spam Turkey, but I had never seen it in the
I was shopping with the girls and we headed down the processed food
aisle (my favorite!) and I spied a gold colored tin next to the
familiar blue Spam tins.
Yes, it was Spam Turkey!
My plans for dinner changed and I bought a tin.
I have to say the package design fits in well with the Spam line.
Inside the tin, I saw the usual Spam gelatinous substance.
The Spam Turkey plopped out of the tin with a familiar
sucking sound that I remember fondly.
I considered washing off the gel, but decided that to experience
the true essence of Spam Turkey, I must consume the gel as well.
I sliced the Spam, per the directions on the side of the tin.
I began to 'lightly brown' the Spam Turkey, again per the directions.
There was a bit of pan sticking, but I can't blame the Spam
I carefully flipped the slices to ensure they were evenly browned (lightly, of course)
Ah, success. Looks good doesn't it?
I prepare for my first bit of Spam turkey.
Even my wife Michele was nervous.
Would Spam Turkey live up to the reputation of Spam Original?
As I chewed, I was almost overwhelmed at the taste.
Was it Spam? Was it turkey? Was is edible?
YES! A big thumbs up to Spam Turkey!
I found that Spam turkey is the perfect combination of turkey
Spam convenience. I will be buying more, no matter what Michele says!
I made Spam turkey sandwiches for dinner.
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