Welcome Hobie1 to the best Lunatic Asylum in the world!:baffled::jumper::thumpingmad::tongue::banana::band::bananas::3sum::fighting::blackstuff:I spam what I am, and that's all that I Spam.
I just couldn't take it anymore.:headbanger::bananas:
Believe it or not, we are having spam tonight!! And yes, I have looked at the can and it is indead Hormel spam. Ours is produced in Denmark though, so I doubt any addition of deer or rabbit, as I have seen neither when we visit Helens home country. Mayybe I should email themand suggest this addition, but I'll not mention the shrimps or currants!!Minnesota's own.... Hormel Foods, proud maker of SPAM.
But then again,,, maybe Minnesota shouldn't be proud of Spam.
By cracky.. maybe it has some deer in it. Or even rabbit!!!!
What recipe should I follow, the good old, spam, spam spam egg and chips, or maybe the spam egg spam spam and chips?
Silverfox, the shrimps should be OK, just as long as you keep the currants firmly in the cupboard :weightlifter:Thank you Wannabe, I nearly made a terrible error there, didn't I?:doh:Now, will it be okay to substitute the lobster tomorrow with the pack of shrimps that is lurking at the rear of the freezer?
Thank you goldwinger, I will test the spam on the bugs tomorrow. Also keen to keep this bike related, I would like to point out that a tin of spam in each fairing pocket can be a life saver, when you turn up at the campsite and remember that you forgot to pack the cooker. Or if the Hotel has stopped serving food when you check in. It is nutritional, filling and keeps for years in the can. A tin of beans added and you can relive blazing saddles for entertainment. See the look on your partners face as they slip under the bed covers, just after the aforementioned has taken effect on you!!!:fighting:
Rcmatt, I will put the museum on my "places to visit" when I come over, I bet that is some museum:banana:
If that is for real, I want to go there, that door would be wicked on the front of our Bungalow! So much easier than the convential tin opener we use at present!Yes the museum is quite interesting. It doesn't have a conventional door. you have to grab the key and roll it around the perimeter of the door to open it up.
goldwinger wrote:If that is for real, I want to go there, that door would be wicked on the front of our Bungalow! So much easier than the convential tin opener we use at present!Yes the museum is quite interesting. It doesn't have a conventional door. you have to grab the key and roll it around the perimeter of the door to open it up.
Hey Wannabe, you are a minefield of information!!! No wonder you progressad so quickly from Midland bank Plc, Helston!!!:goofygrin:
I propose that you be promoted to senior Gnu!!:byebye:with immediate effect.
PS: The spam was wonderful, we have another can ready for tomorrow night and the shrimps don't look too green!!