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Playing Cards - SPAMᅡᆴ - with recipes
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Playing Cards - SPAM®

 

  • 52 deck playing cards
  • Retro Imagery -  can of SPAM®
  • Design - recipes on each playing card - that's 52 recipes!
  • Linen type finish
  • Measures 2.5" x 3.5" (6.35 x 8.89 cm)
  • Great Stocking Stuffer for fans of anything Hawaiian, or Monty Python - see below
  • Official Poker size cards

 

The visitor to Hawaii may be surprised or perplexed by why SPAM® is popular in Hawaii. Often referred to as Hawaiian steak. You’ll find it in restaurants all over, and stacked high in local grocery stores. It makes its way into Asian cuisine, is served in sandwiches, and may be stir-fried with a variety of vegetables. The reasons for why SPAM® is popular in Hawaii are numerous, and some of them far-fetched. Hawaiians eat more than 6 million cans of SPAM® a year, the nation's highest per capita consumption of the processed meat, which is cobbled together from a mixture of pork shoulder, ham, sugar and salt.

The principle explanation for why SPAM® is popular in Hawaii is that is portable, durable meat that does not require any type of refrigeration. It was first introduced during WWII by American soldiers to Hawaiian natives, who quickly adopted it as an important part of their diet. In the Hawaiian islands where the weather quickly changes, and especially during wartime, the ability to have portable meat products that can be used in case of emergency was especially desirable. (Sources: wise geek  and Today)

"SPAM®" is a popular Monty Python sketch, first televised in 1970. In the sketch, two customers are in a greasy spoon café trying to order a breakfast from a menu that includes SPAM®  in almost every dish. The term spam (in electronic communication, and general slang) is derived from this sketch. The sketch was written by Terry Jones and Michael Palin.The sketch is only three and a half minutes long, which builds up into a semi-argument between the waitress who has a menu limited to having SPAM®  in just about everything.

Menu items:

  • Egg and Bacon
  • Egg, Sausage and Bacon
  • Egg and SPAM®
  • Egg, Bacon and SPAM®
  • Egg, Bacon, Sausage and SPAM®
  • SPAM®, Bacon, Sausage and SPAM®
  • SPAM®, Egg, SPAM®, SPAM®, Bacon and SPAM®
  • SPAM®, SPAM®,SPAM®, Egg and SPAM®
  • SPAM®, SPAM®, SPAM®, SPAM®, SPAM®, SPAM®, Baked Beans, SPAM®, SPAM®, SPAM®and SPAM®
  • Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, garnished with truffle pâté, brandy and a fried egg on top of SPAM®
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