– What We Eat and Where We're From –
Archival Art Print
6" x 4" Recipe Card // 9" x 6" Print // 12" x 18" Print
About this piece:
Spam is a staple in Hawaii and a comfort food for anyone from the islands. It's most notably found in the form of a spam musubi - spam on a bed of rice wrapped in nori (seaweed) - a local riff on onigiri from Japan. It's a great dish to bring to your local potluck, to make yourself and bring to the beach, or just grab one from the grab-n-go container from the 7/11.
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