This absurdly easy recipe for Deuki Hong’s Spam and cheese ramen is sure to get you through many tough nights (and mornings).
If you’re in the midst of the hangover from Hell, we can help. This is the Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich from Eggslut, and you probably have everything you need to make it.
How can you make instant ramen even better? By adding in some processed meat and cheese.
Memories of the Spam sandwiches I was forced to eat as a school kid had given me a lifelong aversion to the canned ham—until I tried London chef Emil Tryka’s soup.
East Los Musubi is a pop-up food stand that is spreading the gospel of Hawaii’s snack staple to the inner city barrios of the mainland. However, not before making it their own.
Roy Ellamar of Harvest by Roy Ellamar takes us on and off the Las Vegas Strip to sample cuisine from France to Saigon and almost everywhere in between.
Hawaii consumes 7 million cans of Spam a year and there are only 1.42 million of us currently living in the islands—let that sink in a little bit. Nonetheless, Spam is both a blessing and a curse to Hawaiian cuisine.
Peel yourself up off of your couch and make one (or many) of these breakfast sandwiches that will get you ready for the day (and night) ahead of you.
Though most Americans have long thought of musubi as just a vehicle for Spam, the many other versions of these compact rice snacks are finally reaching the US.
Eggslut’s breakfast sandwich is a delicious mix of pork, Sriracha, and marbleized eggs. Pro tip: Slice your rolls with a gold switchblade.
Chris Colohan of the legendary Canadian metallic hardcore band, Cursed, is busy becoming a living legend in the vegan community for his fake bacon grease: a rich, smoky-flavored spread. I got in touch with him to find out if this porcine substitute holds up to the hype.
In the first episode of Fat Prince, our host cooks with famed nose-to-tail chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Animal, gifting them with pig ears and 23-carat gold leaf. But as a man of the people with a balanced palate, he also tosses in Rice-A-Roni and a can of Spam. Actor David Koechner (Anchorman, The Office) joins them as they dine on the resulting creation.
Low-brow and high-brow meet in this tasty fried rice dish, which combines pre-packaged convenience store foods with fancy stuff like gold leaf and crispy pig ears.
Time to get ourselves acquainted with those doesn’t-even-have-a-sell-by-date foods at the back of our cupboard.