The makers of the SPAM® Brand say hello to Hello Kitty® Con 2014. Stop by the SPAM® Brand booth in the Super Supermarket to get your limited edition SPAM® Musubi Hello Kitty® Kit. You can’t get this anywhere else. It’s so incredibly cute, you’ll want to just eat it up!Learn more at sanrio.com/hellokittycon Find the Hello Kitty® SPAM® Musubi recipe here Close
Join Aloha Plate, Saturday June 28, 4:00-10:00 p.m., at Rose Bowl Stadium for the 5th anniversary of the LA Food Fest. It's a celebration of LA's food, culture and community. There will be 100 vendors from LA featuring some of the best food from top chefs, restaurants, street carts, and gourmet food trucks. Aloha Plate and SPAM® Brand will be giving away Mini SPAM® Musubis and SPAM® Sliders. Come spin the SPAM® prize wheel to win a SPAM® can koozie, musubi press or SPAM® bumper stickers!Learn more at LAStreetFoodFest.com Find Aloha Plate Recipes Close
Hip New York restaurants prove that it's hip to be a square, like SPAM® Brand!
On a recent Monday night at New York Sushi Ko, between courses of braised pork belly with dollops of yuzu foam and aged, wild caught blue fin sushi, chef John Daley reached over the bar to present a bowl of SPAM® fried rice. Topped with seared ahi and flourishes of fresh pineapple, the dish was a far cry from the hangover breakfasts of leaner times—and an unexpected lowbrow pop on the restaurant's $135 special one-night tasting menu.Read more on Gothamist Close
The canjo was first created in the 1800s by mountain folk in North Carolina. It's a simple instrument consisting of a wooden neck, a string and a can. Henry Hoover put his stamp on the twangy canjo world by using a SPAM® can because, just like a SPAM® recipe, it sounds delicious!Close
SPAM® brand flavor is out of this world! So is this SPAM™ brand rocket. It was constructed by Gerald Meux, Jr, a Hormel foodservice salesman by day and rocket scientist by night.Close
Mmmmay we introduce you to the mmmm mmmm delicious SPAM® Mmmmusubi. It has so mmmmmuch mmmmmm in it, that Hawaii can no longer contain it. One bite, and your mmmmmouth will be mmmmmm'ing!
Nachos once said to tacos, “I’m nacho friend anymore,” but once nachos tried these Delicious SPAM® Tacos, the friendship was instantly rekindled. So, while tacos can’t talk-o, if they could, they’d talk-o 'bout their love for SPAM® Jalapeño.
Which came first, the grilled cheese or the egg? Ha! Trick question! They both came together at the same time to create the most eggcellent SPAM® Breakfast Muffinwich. It’s like eating your breakfast for lunch, or dinner... or breakfast.
SPAM® product is well respected as a classy, upscale gift in South Korea, the largest consumer of SPAM® outside the United States.
SEOUL, South Korea — As the Lunar New Year holiday approaches, Seoul’s increasingly well-heeled residents are scouring store shelves for tastefully wrapped boxes of culinary specialties. Among their favorite choices: imported wines, choice cuts of beef, rare herbal teas. And Spam.Read more on New York Times Close
Did you know the word “quesadilla” is Spanish for grilled cheese? If you didn't know that, it's probably because we just made it up. Just like we made up this delicious SPAM® Quesadilla-mazing in our kitchen.