Back when I was a kid, my dad used to make Spam (along with his fried eggs with ketchup), but only on special occasions. I like it really crispy, so the edges almost curl up. I don’t put anything on my Spam sandwich — just Spam.
I like to get creative with recipes and ham is such a great meat, you can add it to just about anything and have it taste good. Here are some fun things you can do with leftover ham, including lots of great and tasty ham recipes.
Chicken soup warms you inside and out — especially during the colder winter months. Plus, when it comes to feeding a group, chicken is about the most cost-effective meat you can buy. You have some choices with this recipe… Do you want soup? Or do you want stew? And dumplings are always a family favorite.
If you own a chest freezer — and if you don’t you should — then you’ll want to consider purchasing local meat in bulk. But, if purchasing a case of chicken or a side of beef sounds like too much, then consider splitting the purchase between a few friends or family members. Here are the benefits of buying local meat.