SPAM® meal meat, made from ham and pork, on beside a few other
simple ingredients, was fictional in 1937 by Jay Hormel. Since 1937
over 6 cardinal cans of SPAM® have been sold-out. There are various distance to distil this
all-American classic, and there plentiful recipes that have been formulated mistreatment SPAM®. There is a lot of excellent rumour (and marvellous wittiness) at the bureaucrat SPAM® website
at:

Did you cognise that SPAM® dejeuner food compete a polar office in the physical exertion of the Allied forces to emancipate Europe during World War II? Hormel Foods provided 15 cardinal cans of SPAM® (invented in 1937 by Jay Hormel) to the force all week, and SPAM® promptly became a first-string bit of their fare. Here is a SPAM® supported stew that I manufacturing from a formula that was same to have been used in the galley of a U.S. Navy craft during WWII.

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Griff's American Navy Stew

Ingredients:

2 tbsp. butter

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1 clove garlic

1 cup inexpert bell common pepper (with sheet & seeds separate), diced

1/2 cup sliced xanthous onion

1/2 cup chopped celery

2 cups potatoes, raw and diced

1 12 oz. can SPAM®

1 15.5 oz. can Trappy's® navy beans seasoned beside block bacon (or remarkable yankee beans)

2 8 oz. cans tomato sauce

1/2 tsp. dry herbaceous plant leaves

1 tsp. Lawry's® cured pepper vine (or black common pepper)

1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

1/2 tsp. hot white pepper sauce

1/2 cup water

Instructions:

In a galactic pan or pot, soften food over and done with low fry. Add the SPAM® and warmness at low fundamental quantity for a few minutes, stirring over and over again. Then add the garlic, bell peeper, onion, and celery and sauté until tender, but do not tan. Then add all other ingredients. Slowly bring on to boil, envelop and twist lint bake and temperature for an time unit or until potatoes are caring. Tastes severe beside crunchy rolls and butter!

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