Spam Singles

Halleluleah! (SP?)

We can now take Spam into the BWCA in the form of Spam SIngles, slabs wrapped in foil pouches. Our prayers have been answered!


google spam and you will never eat it
how could you even put that sh#t in your body?


Only time I’ve eaten it…
…was on my last trip into the swamp. first time, maybe be the last, but it was suprisingly not terrible and actually pretty good…i’m embarrassed to say it, but what the hell? who knows me here?

Now only if…
If they come out with a ready-made fried egg single, I can probably manage to successfully prepare a spam, egg & cheese breakfast sandwich! I am SO looking forward to having something other than oatmeal or power bars for breakfast!! WOOHOOO!

-rs (I can boil water, but not much else)

i tried
I packed some on my Lake Nipigon trip, but couldn’t get past the smell!

Edible if fried REAL CRISP.

Real men eat SPAM !!!

Paul Thoroux

– Last Updated: Nov-24-08 10:18 PM EST –

the famous travel writer, mentions in this book about Paddling islands in the south Pacific that spam is very poplular among the natives there because its taste is very close to that of "long pig", an item that has been a traditional favorite in many of those islands for centuries.

I like it
I bought one of the singles to try and my wife was just grossed out by it. :slight_smile:

I ate it a lot as a kid. My mom told us it was ham. Her scalopped potatoes alway had spam. When I left home and went to college I had scalopped potatoes at the food service and nearly spit them out. “What is this meat in it!?” My room mate said, “Ham.” I said, “Well, it’s not like any ham I ever had!!!” … and I was right. :slight_smile:

Must be a generation thing
My mom was nothing short of a gourmet cook, though I had no clue at the time. Yet she too used Spam in all sorts of ways, including - if I’m not mistaken - in scalloped potatoes. I think the stuff was pretty popular well before my time, and she probably learned to use it then. Even when I was a kid, nobody made jokes about it like they do now. I think I ate some when I was in college, and I can hardly remember what it was like. Hmmm. Should I refresh my memory?

Monty Python Spam Skit





What have you got?


Well, there’s 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, sausage, spam, spam, spam, bacon, spam tomato and spam

Spam, spam, spam, egg and spam

Spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, baked beans, spam, spam, spam and spam.

(Choir: Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Lovely Spam! Lovely Spam!)

Or Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a mornay sauce

served in a provencale manner with shallots and aubergines

garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top and spam.


Have you got anything without spam?


Well, the spam, eggs, sausage and spam

That’s not got much spam in it


I don’t want any spam!


Why can’t she have eggs, bacon, spam and sausage?


That’s got spam in it!


Hasn’t got much spam in it as spam, eggs, sausage and spam has it?

(Choir: Spam! Spam! Spam!..)


Could you do me eggs, bacon, spam and sausage without the spam, then?




What do you mean ‘Iiiiiiiiiich’? I don’t like spam!

(Choir: Lovely spam! Wonderful spam!)

Waitress (to choir):

Shut up!

(Choir: Lovely spam! Wonderful spam!)


Shut Up! Bloody Vikings!

You can’t have egg, bacon, spam and sausage without the spam.


I don’t like spam!


Shush dear, don’t have a fuss. I’ll have your spam. I love it,

I’m having spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, baked beans,

spam, spam, spam, and spam!

(Choir: Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Lovely spam! Wonderful spam!)


Shut Up!! Baked beans are off.


Well, could I have her spam instead of the baked beans then?


You mean spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam,

spam and spam?

Choir (intervening):

Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam!

Lovely spam! Wonderful spam!

Spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam.

Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam!

Spam spam spam spam!

heres more spam
The deep, dark truth about Spam. Also some nifty trivia. Impress your friends and relatives!


Chopped pork shoulder meat with ham meat added.

Salt (for binding, flavour, and firmness)

Water (to help in mixing)

Sugar (for flavour)

Sodium Nitrite (for colour and as a preservative)

Yum yum!

Nutrition Information For SPAM (original style):

Calories Per Serving: 170

Calories Per Serving From Fat: 140

Serving Size: 2 oz.

Servings Per Container: 6 (large) or 3.5 (small)

Total Fat: 16g

Saturated Fat: 6g

Cholesterol: 40mg

Sodium: 750mg

Total Carbohydrates: 0g

Fiber: 0g

Sugars: 0g

Proteins: 7g

Vitamin A: 0%

Vitamin C: 0%

Calcium: 0%

Iron: 2%


Nifty Spam Trivia!

By World War II, Hormel had sold twenty thousand tons of Spam. Then, during the wartime meat rationing, Spam got popular…

If all the cans of Spam ever eaten were put end-to-end, they would circle the globe at least ten times.

In the U.S. alone, 3.8 cans of Spam “are consumed every second”(assuming SPAM is eaten 24 hours a day, 365.25 days a year).

Senator Robert Byrd of West Viginia eats a sandwich of SPAM and mayonnaise on white bread three times a week.

Residents of Hawai’i eat an average of four cans of SPAM per person per year, more than in any other place on Earth (Elsewhere in the Universe, who knows?).

By 1959, a billion cans of SPAM had been sold. The two billion mark was hit in 1970, followed by three billion in 1980, four billion in 1986, and five billion in 1993. That’s a lot of SPAM!

In Korea, SPAM is sold in stylish presentation gift boxes of nine cans each. SPAM stolen from army PXs can be found on the Korean black market. And there are Korean imitations called Lo-Spam, Dak, Plumrose, and Tulip, to ensure that no one need go without.

Nikita Krushchev once credited SPAM with the survival of the WWII Russian army. ‘‘Without SPAM, we wouldn’t have been able to feed our army,’’ he said.

SPAM is sold in over 99% of U.S. grocery stores.

The SPAM luncheon meat trademark is registered in 93 countries.

Over 60 million people in the U.S. eat SPAM.

SPAM is made in two U.S. locations - Austin, Minnesota, and Fremont, Nebraska - and seven other countries: England, Australia, Denmark, Phillipines, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.

In 1989, the U.S. armed forces bought 3.3 million pounds of SPAM.

Over 141 million cans of SPAM are sold worldwide each year.

Isn’t that amazing? But it’s all true!

Important Spam link

You might want to turn down the volume if you are a cubicle dweller. Play teh Monty Python Spam game!


For those Spam haters, what’s worse?
Spam or “Potted Meat”?

My dad used to love a can of that for lunch, spread on a cracker with his car keys, of course. He’s 80 now and still relatively healthy, so who can argue . . . .


Why would you want unsolicited junk e-mail in individual foil pouches???

Sorry, couldn’t resist.

Sounds like a bad Monty Python skit.

It’s easier to take tghe whole can and jsut eat the whole can in one sitting.

If you’re going to do yourself in it might as well be all at once.

I use to work at SPAM in my younger days and I know what they put into a can.

You’re better off eating the can.

Didn’t the guy who paddled
from California to Hawaii (Ned Gilette?) pretty much live on Spam during the trip?


Foreskins . . .
. . . are nutritious.

But are not found in Spam.
Walter, if we ever spend an evening around a campfire I have a great foreskin joke to tell you!


I’m . . .
. . . disappointed. I alway thought that was what gave Spam and hotdogs their great taste.