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Sa'eed
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Has anyone here ever made this?
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rivka
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That's disturbing.
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Belle
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Why would anyone want to make, let alone eat, such a horrific thing?

I mean, I'm a carnivore, and I wouldn't want to go near that thing. It gives me the shivers. [Angst] [Eek!] [Angst]

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Shanna
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I think this was my favorite part: "you want to make sure that you cook the meat the whole way through, because you don't want to get sick."
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It looks tasty to me.
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odouls268
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Good Lord that looks delicious
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Carrie
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Yeah, I've eaten variations on both halves of that (hot dog in bacon, burger with cheese and egg) which are quite tasty. Combined, they can only be fabulous. [Smile]
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Looks good, but...

Way too much work when you could just mix some egg and seasoning into the ground beef and then grill everything at once and combine it on the bun.

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I don't think I would ever bother making it, but if someone else did I would try it. I would insist on real butter for the bun, though. It would be pretty sad to go through all that work and then ruin it with margarine.

--Mel

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It looks good but I think people with heart disease should never eat this. What I don't like in the procedure is the roasting, because for me roast food are unhealthy. Let's just be careful in eating this because as I said awhile ago it is unhealthy and it may cost us for hospitable bills if ever we get an heart attack.

(Post Edited by Janitor Blade. Spam eggs and spam spam spam sausage with a side of spam.)

[ August 19, 2011, 09:53 AM: Message edited by: JanitorBlade ]

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Scott R
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Nah. It's healthier than SPAM, for example.
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Now I want spam eggs.
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quote:
Originally posted by AchillesHeel:
Now I want spam eggs.

There's a Hawaiian BBQ place just around the corner from my apartment that makes spam egg sandwiches. I should go today.
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You don't seem to understand, I want to eat the eggs produced by spam. Spam's do lay eggs don't they?
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[Roll Eyes] Spams are mammals. And not platypuses.
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rivka
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Spams most certainly are not mammals. They quite clearly lack the ability to suckle young.
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I wasn't mean to this forum today and got a hospitable bill
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Local fairs are now selling deep fried butter. Sticks of butter rolled in cornmeal. Like a corndog, but a stick of butter. Deep fried. Im sure its delicious.
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Spam, in the most unexpected way possible.
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I was expecting the Spanish Inquisition.
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How ironic.
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Many years ago, when my partner and I lived with roommates, we used to do stuff like this about once a year. I think the most ridiculous thing we ever made was a giant, cheese-filled bacon burger with pizzas for buns.

Though I think my personal favorite was when we used the skins of halved baked potatoes as taco shells. That was less for the novelty and more because we needed some way to eat our taco fixins but lacked any real form of tortilla. It was actually really good.

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