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Discussion in 'Becoming a member' started by airbrushtutor, May 29, 2012.
Hell yeah!!! now your talking, I've saved up successfully for many a new jam jar thanks to this stuff
I am the Spaminator I search out spam (with the help of by best bud Madbrush) and destroy it
Sometimes I am a bit slow and the spam gets quoted But there will be days like that
When I was a kid they used to give us spam fritters for school dinner. Not exactly the healthy option they would be pushing today LOL. More like a heart attack on a plate, but I loved em.
What is a spam fritter. Im entranced .
fried spam and eggs the breakfast that makes you want to get out and do things.
A proper spam fritter is a half inch thick slice of spam as in the tin here above, this is dipped in a batter made from water, white flour and eggs, it is then deep fried until the batter is crispy golden brown, just like the spammers who dare to come on here, although delicious, severe heartburn usually follows around 5 to 10 minutes after eating and as Squishy says, definitely not good for ones health, just like the spammers who dare to come on here
Looks like weve got our very own jamie oliver on board
I prefer to think along the lines of Gordon Ramsey, since just like him, if anyone tries this and gets it wrong I would probably F and blind them out of my kitchen,
I was trying to be polite to you
So I get to be Marco Pierre White being he is the one who made Gordon Ramsey Cry
But I have tried the fritters before , I have also used pancake batter which gives it a sweet salty flavor.
Oh I forgot Marco said he did not make Gordon Ramsey cry , Gordon Ramsey just chose to cry LMAO
Hmmm...interesting. I see the word friiter and all I picture is an apple fritter which is just about my favorite food ever. Heartburn applies to those also. I would try a spam fritter though....maybe just once
I just signed up and the links don't work. I did sign up over there, but no content. Was this a thing of the past?