E​xclusive: Spam and beans

N​ew Spam extraction technique included

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T​he recipe has been passed down to the Millennial generation. My work here is done.

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  • "Technique"

      7 months ago
    • Sometimes a firm wack on the bottom of the tin can help loose spam. Though did good technique of squeezing the sides of tin as well

        7 months ago
    • Having done a lot of Spam cooking over time, plus working with a much deeper can of Spam, if the squish technique doesn’t easily release it, there’s suction on the bottom that’s fairly easily broken by sticking a butter knife down the narrow...

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        7 months ago
  • This is one to add to my uni cookbook me thinks!

      7 months ago
    • You should get the cookbook sponsored by Heinz.

        7 months ago
    • I do promote their beans quite a lot I won’t lie. If that sponsorship falls through I’ll go to Coleman’s.

        7 months ago
  • I'm proud to admit I'm a Gen-Zer who has fried and eaten Spam. I was given a tin of it by an uncle because he reckoned I emailed him spam.

      7 months ago
  • I’ll be honest: my mind crushed after “I’m the master” 😂

      7 months ago
  • We need to send James to Hawaii. They use Spam for almost everything there.

      7 months ago
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