Loved-One calls SPAM “mystery meat.”
“It’s not a mystery,” I tell him. “It’s pretty much just pork. It’s probably simpler than most of the food you eat.”
Hormel offers 18 different varieties of SPAM:
SPAM is incredibly popular in Hawaii.
Maybe it’s because of the indefinite shelf-life (although Hormel says the flavor may start to change after the third year.) Maybe it’s because it takes up so little space in the pantry and requires no refrigeration until opened. Maybe it’s because one little can contains six servings, which makes it about 50¢ a serving. Maybe it’s because