Some people turn their noses up at Spam. Sure, the old-school metal can and processed square shape can be off-putting, but once you get past that, you enter into a smoky, salty, hammy heaven that is Spam. Simply peel open the top of the can, cut the Spam into half-inch-thick slices or cubes, and panfry it until crispy. In honor of the pork product's 75th anniversary, we've pulled five easy ways to incorporate Spam into your diet.
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If you have 15 minutes and access to kimchi, then chances are you have the ability to make Korea's best-known comfort food, kimchi fried rice. Eatthisatethat shows us one version.For the recipe, check out her blog, and don't forget to share your fast and easy dinner creations with us in our Savory Sights group (or on Instagram with the hashtag #savorysight). You could be featured here!
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It's Summertime, and the living is easy . . . While we're certainly not retiring our ovens and stovetops for the entirety of the season, we do feel a certain sense of satisfaction when enjoying a meal that required little more than a quick chop, whisk, and toss of ingredients. Luckily, Mother Nature gives us a hand when the temperatures soar, by providing us with succulent produce that's often best treated simply. So dig in with your best salad tongs and enjoy!
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While some might proclaim that "soup is not a meal," we tend to disagree. More often than not, it's easy to prepare, involves little hands-on time, is economical, and provides ample leftovers. Practicality aside, few foods feel more nourishing after a hard day's work, or highlight seasonal produce as simply.
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We've all been there: tired and hungry, we pull out the necessary ingredients for a recipe, only to discover that we ran out of ___. Rather than scrap the meal altogether or make a desperate rush to the store, we'd like to think that with a little ingenuity and a sprinkling of know-how, many potential disasters can be averted.
Before we share a few — dare we say it — simply genius ingredient hacks, we have a little pop quiz for you. What baking and brining superstar can be approximated in a pinch with a mixture of milk and lemon juice?
For the answer (and more kitchen hacks), keep reading.