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Spam and Eggs with Maple Chile Syrup

Spam and Eggs with Maple Chile Syrup It's that time of the month for Pass the Cook Book Club! This month's three recipes were chosen from Seoultown Kitchen by Debbie Lee -- rib eye kabobs, chicken wings, and spam and eggs. Though I was leaning towards the kabobs, I made the spam and eggs recipe. It was the only recipe that I had all the ingredients for and was so fast to make. Spam is one of those foods that can elicit some very strong reactions. Some people absolutely love it while others are disgusted by it. I'm probably more middle of the road on this one... I love spam in certain meals that my family makes (which have yet to make it on the blog but they will at some point!), but I am not one to go seek it out otherwise. My dad was born in Hawaii and spam and eggs is a traditional Hawaiian breakfast, so I've definitely had my share of spam and eggs! This is a twist on the traditional fried spam and eggs that my dad used to make for us while growing up. I mu

BBQ Chicken Salad with Bacon and Apples

BBQ Chicken Salad with Bacon and Apples You are in for a very special treat because I am sharing one of my favorite salads with you today! Now that summer is coming to a close and fall is knocking at our doors, I have a great salad recipe for you to try before BBQ season comes to an end. But we're not going to be doing any BBQ-ing with this recipe, just using BBQ sauce, haha. (Although you can use leftover BBQ chicken in this recipe if you'd like.) So if you're one that only likes BBQ in the summer, get out the last of your BBQ sauce and give this a try! This is a restaurant quality salad. It's massive and beautiful. It has all sorts of goodie and yummy flavors going on. It has BBQ chicken, bacon, apples, avocados, bleu cheese, pecans, more BBQ sauce, and ranch dressing. You can't fit much more in there! Also, you can easily double the recipe to make for your family. I've doubled and tripled this recipe and it's worked beautifully. I made some chan