Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Spamology, Gu'f Coast Style

Last Saturday a Spam™ quiche won top prize at the 9th annual Cedar Key, FL Eagles’ Club Spam cook-off. The creator of the winning concoction, Jimmy Wells, also won last year’s competition with his recipe for mushroom caps stuffed with the legendary Hormel product purportedly made from ham and pork shoulder (mostly).

Spam turnovers and a Spam casserole took this year’s 2nd and 3rd place honors. There were no dessert entries this year, which is probably a Good Thing.

This particular contest has one odd rule governing entries: Creators may not pre-test their recipes nor sample the finished dishes before submittal to the contest.

Wonderful Spam, Wonderful Spam.

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