Now I can smell ground up bones and cow meat with big chucks of gristle and fat whenever I want to, and be reminded that I actually met Eric Idle…

a 1

Okay, sadly it doesn’t really smell like Spam.

a 2

It is sort of vanilla-ish.

a 3

It should say that on the packaging somewhere.

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But still…

z 51

I did get to meat… uh… I mean meet him.

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6 Responses to Now I can smell ground up bones and cow meat with big chucks of gristle and fat whenever I want to, and be reminded that I actually met Eric Idle…

  1. weggieboy says:

    I recently decided to try it again after decades of not eating it. It used to be one of those easy-to-fix meals my mother fixed when I was a kid, even to the point of dressing it up with cloves like a ham. She served it with baked beans and mashed potatoes. I put lots of catsup on it, I recall. But back to the future! When I tried it again recently, the predominant flavor I got from it was salt. Ugh! I think the catsup must have been to give it something other than a salt flavor! I tried catsup again this time, but I’ve kind of lost my taste for that condiment, too. No more Spam for me.

  2. Never tasted SPAM. My father always said he hated even the thought of it because, while trapped in the Army in Korea, they had to eat rations made of SPAM.

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