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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Spam in a blender? by Sir Eggsalot on 31 May 2008 2:33pm
Strange but true.

Spam Daiquiri by Lounge Trekker on 31 May 2008 7:03pm
Even stranger.

Lounge Bartender
Re: Spam in a blender? by suzulu on 31 May 2008 7:08pm
Ha, ha, haaaa!
Re: Spam in a blender? by MMMmmm... on 31 May 2008 7:30pm
I read that do to the economic and food shortage problems, spam sales are up worldwide. That spam has a power all it's own... it's kind of like: "When the going gets tough, the world falls back on... Spam... a rather strange substance that some find tasty..."


Re: Spam in a blender? by mrsthing on 31 May 2008 8:21pm
One word: "EW!"
Re: Spam in a blender? by geordiegirl on 1 June 2008 11:19am
Perhaps you could just put Spam pieces in a cocktail, like the cherry??

Interesting, though, I NEVER see Spam in others' supermarket trolleys (and haven't bought it for years myself)- it's not amazingly cheap here, there are cheaper tinned meats.

But I will try one for old Pythons' sake soon & I have given a tin to Kisch, who was pleased!
Re: Spam in a blender? by Sir Eggsalot on 2 June 2008 3:04pm
If you google "Does it blend" there is a whole series of items in a blender, basically commercials for a high powered blender. The roast chicken and coke made me gag as someone drank it, bones and all. The marbles are also good.
Re: Spam in a blender? by Lounge Trekker on 3 June 2008 5:49am
Yeah! A chunk (carefully shaped in an artistic manner) of Spam would be a good garnish for a Bloody Mary. Actually, in Canada there's a drink made with vodka and Clamato juice called a Ceasar. It would make a great garnish for a Ceasar.

Drinkin' Trekker

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