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I Love SPAM Too!

From his few blog posts, I got to know SPAM for the first time... I thought I won't be able to taste them since they are not sold here in IPOH...

So when I was shopping in Carrefour in Suntec City, Singapore, something on the shelf caught my eye. SPAM!! They are sold here in Singapore too! I quickly grabbed a few tins, to my son's astonishment... I told him that STP has been singing praises about SPAM so I must also try, must not "chap shu." (must not lose out!) hahahaaa....
The next morning I opened one tin of turkey ham.... fried them piece by piece and ate them with bread.... my sons loved them!  Now I only have two more tins left.....must ask my son to buy back next time...

Oh by the way, one tin of SPAM cost $3.90sg ... 

Comments

  1. I love Spam too, but so expensive! :(
    +Ant+

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  2. I bought another brand till my friend recommend this brand...

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  3. U can beat eggs, then dip the spam (slices) n then fry too.

    or u cut into small cubes n fry with egg n onion

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  4. hvn't tried that brand before..

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  5. The most expensive luncheon meat in the market. I usually go for Tulip (from Denmark), surely safer than China brand.

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  6. gratitude: cost $3.90 in sg..


    shirley: this is the best?


    ika: hahaha...


    rachel: yes, i used to do that for my kids too!


    anonymous: yes..sorry!


    pam: yes, no more china brand for me too.. is spam sold here?

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  7. Have not tried this before! That nice?

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  8. Spam is sold in Hawaii, but I rarely eat it.

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  9. Something new to me... Looking at the word bacon.. This must be a good stuff.. :)

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  10. I was thinking, how can you love spam, but now I understand.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  11. Gosh, I haven't had any Spam in over 20 years. But you got the right idea to fry it! They now have low fat Spam, too!

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  12. Now $3.90 is VERY cheap... Around RM15 here...and just slightly cheaper in NZ. Ya...get your son to buy some more. Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

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  13. Thanks to you Claire that I had a craving for it too so I headed to Jusco after work last night and was pleasantly surprised that the Danish brand Tulip was being discounted to RM7.75 per can. Wheeeee!! ^^
    +Ant+

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  14. Oh yeah, I'm so in love with luncheon meat ♥ Too bad I can't get it here, too....

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  15. Never taste this brand before... But sure they taste good!

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  16. Hawaii eats MORE per/person than ANYwhere else in USA !


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  17. foong: well, never tasted that brand before.. but better than maling anytime..


    gigi: i think it is a US brand..


    ginny: they have spicy spam too!


    stp: wow..so expensive ah? then must ask my son to buy back more.. hope no tax!


    gratitude: no spam there, right?


    yvonne: must go carrefour to survey!


    hayley: something new so must taste it.. not so expensive too..

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  18. Claire, you also don't want to kalah to STP, hahaha. Ya, better get your son to buy back more. Keep stock.

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  19. wah..not cheap ehh, but worth of the price,right?

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  20. cloudia: good to eat.. live to eat..


    irene: hahaha..dont let him read this..


    yeeling: nowadays luncheon meat is not cheap..

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  21. First time hearing this brand, will keep this brand in mind.

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  22. Many mini market sells them in KL

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  23. You can now get any kind of spam at B.I.G. at Duta Solaris in Mont Kiara.

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