SPAM mini open-faced sandwiches

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  1. natzsm says:

    I saw a Spam Masubi Mold somewhere- Hmmmmm, I think it was in one of those 99 peso stores or in a Daiso outlet either in Robinson’s Galleria or Trinoma. I just couldn’t quite remember.

    They also have it online at but overpriced at 692 pesos. BUT your Masubi would come out perfect. :)

  2. sustainable fundraising says:

    hi ms. connie! what’s a good substitute for arugula? we don’t usually have that in the supermarket here in quezon province.

  3. tara says:

    The Greek husband thinks SPAM is the work of evil so we never had SPAM at home until last year when our Filipina childminder introduced our son to it.

    He was so proud to report to us that he tried something new and that it was delicious. When we asked what it was and he said SPAM, my husband’s reaction was ‘Oh for F**K sake’.

    But now, we have it once in a while as a special treat. I love it in my spaghetti sauce. Instead of using mince meat for my spag bol I cut the SPAM in chunky cubes. It’s delicious ;-) Even the Greek husband has admitted defeat and eats it with us.

    I shall try this recipe at home to make SPAM a real treat for the 7 year old cheeky monkey.

  4. Natzsm, will try to look for a better one. The mold I got, well… the mold and the press don’t make a perfect fit.

    Sustainable Fundraising (that really your name?), you can use any salad greens. I’m just really partial to arugula.

    Tara, hahahaha brave new world of SPAM for your hubby. And, yes, SPAM and pasta tomato sauce just go so well together. :D