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The other night, having dinner with my parents, we started talking about Hawaiian food — specifically loco moco. Then someone wondered aloud about homemade Spam, and so I had to find it on the internet. Lo and behold, Morgan of Morgans Menu has a post up about her successful attempt to make the canned meat from scratch, using pork, duck, and chicken meat. Morgan, a Hawaiian native, says:

I can’t even tell you how exciting it felt to see the process working. I was beside myself when I saw that it looked, smelled and tasted like real SPAM, but I had the satisfaction on knowing exactly what went into it (nothing scary!). I kept saying “It’s working! It’s WORKING!”. Now Neil and I can work on perfecting and developing an actual recipe and serving it up to you!

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Laura Cochrane

Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.


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  1. i can’t have nitrates or nitrites. Tried this and was very pleased. Thank you so much.

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