Irish People Try American Canned Meat

  • Published on:  3/13/2019
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  • R B (Mar 14, 2019)

    Americans who've actually had "spam spread" ... probably 0.005%

  • Kim Peek (10 hours ago)

    @R B I am actually one of the 0.005%.

  • duck (1 day ago)

    +Paul Forest It became popular during WWII in the Asia Pacific area because it was about the only way you could have meat that you could transport thousands of miles and not worry about it spoiling. Spam became big in places like the Philippines where the people were glad to get pretty much anything after the Japanese pillaged the island.

  • Ricky (Mar 14, 2019)

    Irish people try american food americans have never seen

  • HaydenX (2 days ago)

    I love this stuff. Underwood Chicken is an absolute classic. I've spent my entire life in America.

  • Ashlee Thompson (2 days ago)

    I’m American and have seen and eaten all of it growing up I. The Pacific Northwest and so has the majority of people I know. Lol you must’ve had money cuz this is struggle food.

  • dahemac (Mar 13, 2019)

    Isn’t that just paté? Cheap ass paté admittedly.

  • Michael Kelligan (5 days ago)

    Spam is nothing more than what a butcher calls undesirable parts. It was huge in Hawaii when i lived on Maui and still is....the locals ate that stuff all the time. You can actually order it at the McDonalds there with rice on their breakfast menu lol

  • Eugenia (6 days ago)

    Pate' is made from ground meat and a fat, not just liver. It's just relatively easy to get a smooth, velvety texture from liver.

  • evilcoleslaw (Mar 13, 2019)

    The non-spreadable version of spam is much better. Especially if you slice it and give it a quick pan frying.The potted meat isn't really my thing, but its basically the same thing as Vienna sausages just not formed. Also very similar to a hot dog before it's been formed in a casing. Which is why it looks revolting, since it's emulsified meat.

  • almostfm (6 days ago)

    +Zapdos Sanchez My mom made a great spam sandwich spread that I still make. Mash up a can of Spam (but not as fine as that spread stuff-it should still be chunky). Add mayo, chopped pickle, chopped onion, and a hint of garlic powder.If I don't watch what I'm doing, I'll just eat it out of the bowl I mixed it in.

  • Nancy L (Mar 16, 2019)

    norsehawk I'm guilty, I like a potted meat sandwich with Miracle Whip every now & then. We ate it growing up in the 60's & 70's.

  • Vicodyn (Mar 16, 2019)

    I grew up living in cars, potted meat and ramen were my go-to meals and to this day are my comfort food.

  • Kim Peek (10 hours ago)

    I am weird. I really like potted meat, grew up on it.

  • christopher snedeker (3 days ago)

    *sodium has entered the chat*

  • Amy Clerget (Mar 14, 2019)

    Yeah this stuff is very WWII/50s. I’ve had spam and it’s not terrible but idk about the meat spreads. Not sure I’d be down for that

  • duck (1 day ago)

    Very 50's type stuff... I remember my grandparents used to buy that crap, nothing made me cringe more than when I was at their house and I would see them pulling out a can of that deviled ham.

  • Melbufrauma (3 days ago)

    Yep, SPAM was made to pack in MREs for rations during WW2.

  • MaxRanIn2aWall (Mar 16, 2019)

    Am I just weird or am I an American who has never tried any of these.

  • bremda miller (15 hours ago)

    I have had the deviled ham one and it is ok. I usually make it myself when I have ham leftovers and I love it. It's just ground up ham with spices added to it.

  • Beni O'Hea (1 day ago)

    I've never even heard of them.

  • Bruce Thomas (1 day ago)

    Everyone knows Potted Meat is made from peckers and lips! If you don't believe me watch the movie "Slingblade"!!!

  • sgtmayhem (Mar 13, 2019)

    At least meat doesnt have any peanuts in it

  • Eric Knutson (5 days ago)

    with spam you never know

  • LadyTanglepath (Mar 14, 2019)

    Aw, I'm sure I wasn't the only one waiting for Vienna Sausages to show up! lol