Let’s Make SPAM Musubi And Jam With SPAM

We talked before about Spam Musubi and even shared with you the Canadian Style Spam Musubi sent in by one of our podcast listeners. Since the annual Waikiki Spam Jam is approaching I thought we would revisit one of Hawaii’s most popular eats and show you just how to make one.

Now if I were a chef or an expert at making Spam Musubi, I’d just explain the method to you myself, but my method is probably not as good as that from an expert so we visit with Cooking With The Single Guy (Benjamin Seto) who originally hails from Hawaii but resides now in the San Francisco Bay area.

He has a wonderful writeup on the Making of The Spam Musubi that’s well worth checking out. While you’re over there check out all the other interesting recipes he has as well as local reviews of restaurants in the SF Bay area.

Now let’s talk a little about the upcoming Waikiki Spam Jam which will be held May 3rd on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. The Waikiki Spam Jam is a street festival that celebrates the people of Hawaii’s love for Spam, a canned meat from Hormel Foods. In Hawaii, you’ll find Spam at all grocery and convenience stores, many restaurants and in most homes in Hawaii.

This street festival is great for all ages, as the event includes Hawaii’s top restaurants, two stages with free entertainment, and a variety of Hawaiian crafters. This is also a special event that benefits the Hawaii Food Bank, the largest non-profit in Hawaii that feeds the needy.

If you looking for more info and discussion on the Spam Jam that takes place here in Hawaii, just do a search of our archives for Waikiki Spam Jam and check out this video available from the 4th Annual Waikiki Spam Jam.

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3 Responses to “ Let’s Make SPAM Musubi And Jam With SPAM ”

  1. Reminds me, I need to make some more of this!

  2. @Jordon: Doesn’t it just make your mouth water? I LOVE SPAM!

  3. I live in Japan and though Japanese don’t eat that much spam, they’ve got cute commercials on TV for spam

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