If you live south of the border. .
I am really hoping this tin of turkey is not part of your menu.
The other day the Mennonite Girls and I were chatting about this long forgotten item that was always on our pantry shelf while I was growing up.
I can't remember what the photo looked like back in the day. .
but the large all capital letters look very familiar.
Indeed it is a Classic.
On occasion my mom would fry it up in a pan.
Sometimes it would be mixed with ground ham for party sandwiches.
Just thinking about it makes me want one.
I do recall it being a regular part of a school lunch.
But it sure never came ready sliced.
I told them I keep a tin of it in the trailer for end of camping days when the refrigerator is bare.
Once a year. . .
just for old times sake. . .
and still much more preferable than the spam that shows up in my emails.
Happy Thanksgiving to our neighbors down south!
all for now..