The Lunch Meat Kid.


( Updated May 18, 2013 )




Take a delicious slice of luncheon meat , and the thicker the better. Place it on a slice of fresh bread. Squirt some delicious cat sup on you're meat. Place the other slice of bread on top. Bite into you're delicious ,fast as greased lightning made sandwich quickly.

My cat Boo is beside me resting by my arm. I bet he would love a piece of luncheon loaf as , and ant re to canned cat food.

He is sleeping now, and only about , and inch away from my elbow. Joann is with Becky on our porch. I have chicken cooked in our microwave oven, It looks like I better let them know it is cooked.

I miss luncheon loaf. The very next time I visit our Piggly Wiggly supermarket I will buy some luncheon loaf with tomatoes, and lettuce. We already have dill pickles, and mayo.

Luncheon loaf may not sound like a big deal, but it was one of our staple main forms of nutrition when we were growing up in hard times. A couple pound would last us a while.

One of my favorite ways to cook it was on , and open flame from a stove. I would lay a slice on one round grill of the stove, turn on the gas, light a match, and listen to the sizzle of meat cooking. Those sandwiches were good.

The next time I visit the Piggly Wiggly again, I will buy some, and probably about five pounds of it, and freeze four of it in a plastic wrap.


God Bless.



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diogenes 3 years ago from UK and Mexico

I love it, too, Stars...and tongue and corned beef dripping with fat, they all make great sanis. The "Guineas" book of records, it was the Italians, then?

Love Bob


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stars439 3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Bob : Thank you for visiting cherished friend . Corn beef is so delicious, and I have been tempted to buy tongue , but never got around to it. I think I am seeing pickled tongue in the meat sections occassionally. I bet it tastes good. I like raw oysters, but Joann does not. I love cooked oysters. Becky most anything that tastes good. Becky likes pizza, cookies, and milk, and cereals. My wife's cousin Luke was raised on a farm. He is in his fifties, and rides bulls at rodeo's. He brought some deer sausage. He, and his son hunt. When I was younger I was excellent with bows, but I never would hunt. Hunting, I think just might be in our human nature since the hunter gatherers.

I never hunt because I like animals too much, but I like certain meat. I want blame myself. God made us to have that apetite. God Bless You, and we love you.


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Thank you for this.


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stars439 3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Mhatter : Thank you for passing by my cherished friend. Appreciate you're kind visit, and wishing you many pleasant spring days . God Bless You.


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Ericdierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

Every day it seems I have one. Nowadays I have more patience and add things. Also nowadays you can make them all healthy by current standards - but they never quite taste as good as your recipe.


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stars439 3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Ericdierker : I am glad you like lunch meat too. A little mayonaise, a slice of tomato, a little lettuce, a little mustard, a few pickles, a bowl of ice cream, a little hot fudge, some nuts, a deliciously large soda. Apple pie with a dollip of whip cream. Later a hot cup of coffee served by a flirting waitress. These things might also help. God Bless You my cherished friend.


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Eiddwen 3 years ago from Wales

Another wonderful share stars.Voted up as always .

Have a wonderful weekend .

Eddy.


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stars439 3 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. Author

Dear Eiddwen : Thank you precious heart for writing. Always wishing you , and you're loved ones our love, and much happiness. God Bless You.

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