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The Spam Cookbook
     

The Spam Cookbook

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by Linda Eggers
 

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The SPAM ® Cookbook is a prized collection of sentimental favorites and exciting new recipes selected from the kitchens of over 60 million Americans who eat 100 million cans of SPAM ® Luncheon Meat every year.

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The SPAM ® Cookbook is a prized collection of sentimental favorites and exciting new recipes selected from the kitchens of over 60 million Americans who eat 100 million cans of SPAM ® Luncheon Meat every year.

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Sal Glynn
After too long between printings, SPAM: THE COOKBOOK is back, and just when we need it. Who needs to go out to fancy over-priced restaurants when you can cook this well at home? Eggers lights up the kitchen with recipes for SPAM Risotto, Hoppin’ John, SPAM Potstickers, Mr. Whitekey’s Alaska Coconut Beer Battered SPAM, and lots others from across the United States. Be warned, flipping through these delightful pages will cause an uncontrollable desire to open a can and start cooking.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015046069
Publisher:
Gopher Prairie Press
Publication date:
09/06/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
560,357
File size:
612 KB

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Meet the Author

An active housewife now living in Jackson, Wyoming, Linda Eggers grew up in Minnesota where SPAM ® Luncheon Meat was a familiar and welcome addition to the family table. Linda continues her enthusiasm for all things SPAM ® with her own family and friends and has served as a judge of SPAM competitions and speaker at food festivals.

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The Spam Cookbook 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Imaginative use of Hormel's famous luncheon meat. Regional sections include a Hawaiian snack favorite - SPAM musubi. Our favorite is SPAM and salmon loaf. P.S. easily read without glasses as the cute little book is larger than the can.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago