John Rieber Cooks Spam

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John Rieber is the only person I know who can manager to get the words Patricia Wells and Spam in the same sentence and recipe.

Take a minute to read his post, I know you will enjoy it.


12 responses to “John Rieber Cooks Spam”

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    angiesrecipes says:

    Love pumpkin season…have never had SPAM though.

  2. I’ll have to duck over for a look. As an Aussie the whole pumkin spice thing isn’t really a thing, but I do remember spam from when I was a kid.

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    Awakening Wonders says:

    Pumpkin spice is a winner at our house – spam not at all!

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    Retirement Reflections says:

    Normally, when I see the word Spam I run away screaming. I’m glad that I continued reading. This is a fabulous post, John! I absolutely loved it…even though I won’t be purchasing Spam of any type any time soon! 😀

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    D. Wallace Peach says:

    Just the name of his recipe makes me laugh. Thanks for sharing, Bernadette.

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