Spam lovers of the world, unite! Celebrate your fondness for the estimable potted meat by whipping up a couple of these delicious and easy to prepare sandwiches. Serve with potato salad and perhaps some fatfree tater chips.
Back during the 50's in Southern California, this was a very popular dish in small "Mom and Pop" diners. It doesn't appear on menus anymore, but it is still a solid comfort food for a chilly evening. Wash it down with ice cold beer.
Great brunch for your dear one, or a light dinner on a hot night when you don't want to heat up the kitchen too much. Recipe is for one sandwich, for more simply multiply the amounts by how many you want. If you don't have a sandwich making iron (what the French call a Croque Monsieur) you can fry it in a skillet until the cheese melts. But it is much more attractive made in an iron.