Spam ... it's what's for dinner!

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    Somehow I can't imagine Sam Elliot's gravelly, manly voice endorsing this in same way he did beef ... but you gotta know that millions of Americans had this crap as a staple part of their diet. My question is ... did anyone really serve it on a platter surrounded by peas and corn to make it look more appealing?

    My grandmother fried it as did my mother as did I once or twice before I just decided I couldn't play the mystery meat lottery anymore.

    From a 1940's Woman's Day magazine.

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    1. Adam Capriola 31 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this photo Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0! It fit perfectly with this blog post: chemconscious.com/2012/09/12/whats-in-your-food-and-how-t...

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