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Bachelor Food Innovations

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These particular sliders are made with teriyaki spam, but any flavor of spam will do

I don’t have a real post today because I’m finally (almost) ready to announce a new business launch in the next couple of days. Which means I can finally post the draft that I had planned to post two months ago in the next couple of days.

But I didn’t want to leave a void in your life if you were eagerly anticipating my Tuesday post.

So, here’s a worthwhile recipe for those of you with no culinary skill AT ALL:

Carb-Free Spam and Egg Sliders!!

I think we can safely add “inventor” to my resume.

As it turns out, those two hurricanes that were supposed to obliterate Hawaii barely touched my island. But in anticipation of several days without electricity I cooked up most of my frozen food and hard-boiled most of my eggs.

So I couldn’t cook up a traditional spam and egg breakfast.

Quite a conundrum, no? Fortunately years of playing Dungeons & Dragons taught me how to overcome these challenges, and TA-DAH! Carb-Free Spam and Egg Sliders….

genius

If I remember my Saturday morning cartoons correctly it says Super Genius on the back of his business card

Matt S. Law… Genius… Super-Genius…

I suppose I could go out of my way to apply some sort of life lesson to this fable of egg and spam.

Something like “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Except that quote is attributed to Emerson and what he really said was “Invention breeds invention” which is almost the exact opposite of that quote. It would apply if I were constantly working, developing new recipes, coming up with discovery after edible discovery. As opposed to just staring into a barren refrigerator and trying to come up with something to eat.

You know what. Let’s not over-think the moment. Just be sure to serve up some Carb-Free Spam and Egg Sliders at your next potluck, office party, or Easter dinner. And be sure to mention during a lull in conversation as an interesting fact, “Say, did you know these were invented by Matt S. Law, success principle author and genius? Some might say, super genius.”

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Author: Matt_S_Law

Matt S. Law is an author focusing on success principle and motivational books. He was born, raised and currently resides in Honolulu, Hawaii.

2 thoughts on “Bachelor Food Innovations

  1. Loving the Egg Sliders, adding lotto pepper to it 🙂

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