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8 May Entertainment Picks in Hawaii

May is Hawaiian Music Month, but don’t forget about Spam popsicles, psychics and a dramatic tale of a Hawaiian outlaw.


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Waikiki Spam Jam

Photo: Hormel Foods Corp.
 

No, it’s not a community making jam out of Spam (but maybe that will make it on the schedule next year)—the Waikiki Spam Jam celebrates all things Spam with food trucks, merchandise, crafts and entertainment. (Fun fact: “Spam” came to mean junk mail because of a Monty Python sketch, in which every item in a diner unavoidably contained Spam.)  On the menu this year? Spam manapua, Spam yakisoba, Spam cupcakes ...

Free, May 3, 4–10 p.m., Kalakaua Avenue, spamjamhawaii.com.
 

Sunnydogs recipe from spam.com

  • Combine 1 ½ c. buttermilk pancake mix, 2 large eggs, ½ c. applesauce, 1 tsp. vanilla extract and ⅛ tsp. cinnamon; mix well.
  • Slowly add ¼ c. of water and mix.
  • Cut 1 12-oz. can of SPAM the short way into six pieces, then into thirds.
  • Coat the Spam with batter.
  • Heat 1 tbsp. vegetable oil in skillet over medium heat, place Spam pieces in skillet and cook, turning once, until golden brown.
  • Insert Popsicle sticks and serve with honey, maple syrup or more applesauce. It’s like a Spam popsicle!

 

 

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