Hawaiian Eats: Spam Musubi

I've been told that Spam used to be the norm, that the hunk of homogeneous pink mystery meat was eaten frequently solely because it was cheap and not because it's delicious. But for me, Spam musubi was a special occasion food growing up, the crispy, teriyaki-glazed Spam cushioned by two layers of fresh rice, all bound together by shimmering seasoned seaweed. They takes some time to assemble, so I treat Spam musubi as a special occasion, family get-together food, rather than a lunch or snack item like a lot of people (aka, a lot of the Japanese-American moms I know).

Recipe (and instructions for how to assemble!) here.

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