The History & Mystery of SPAM

October 2007
Home Cooking;Oct2007, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p66
This article offers information on the SPAM Museum in Austin, Minnesota. The opportunities facing SPAM fans at the museum are discussed, along with the product's history. Information is presented on the schedule of the museum from May through December 2007.


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