In a chat with a friend on Facebook earlier this morning there was mention of Spam and different varieties of Spam. I mentioned that I’d like to see Vegemite Spam.
I cut a slice of Spam and gently and with great love fried it in a frypan until the outside surface had changed colour a little. I set it aside to cool and rest. When the surface of the Spam was cool, I smeared on a little Vegemite. I put some spinach leaves and halved cherry tomatoes into the frypan plus a small handful of grated cheddar cheese. Atop the cheese I added the slice of fried Vegemite smeared Spam. I cooked this for three minutes with a lid on the frypan. The spinach leaves wilted, the cherry tomatoes softened, and the cheese melted.
I’m sure people in England could do this with marmite or promite. I wonder if people in Hawaii, the Republic of Korea, and Japan (big Spam lovers) would like this dish.
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G’day there. I’m starting a new blog for random food stuff.
My regular recipe blog is still at Yummy Lummy. That blog will remain. I intend to post daily updates on what I’ve eaten here. This blog is not about search engine optimisation, it’s about sharing. I’ll use a link from this blog and post it to Twitter and Facebook.
Many posts will have a video link to a YouTube channel where I post stuff like my evening meals.
I have a regular food blog over at Yummy Lummy. Someone or some people reported it to Facebook as being abusive and inappropriate, so Facebook has banned that website on Facebook. I decided rather than try to argue with Facebook, I’d start another blog for day to day posts and use it to post to Facebook.