Hoedown song sheets

Jell-O contest categories for 2003
You can recycle trophies from years' past by leaving them on the hostess' front porch.

Shopping needs
• table clothes (don't pay more than $1 each)
• forks at St. Vinny's (don't pay more than 10 cents each), and
• trophies and cool Jell-O molds (while priceless, they should go for less than a buck each).

Stuff can be left on the hostess' front porch, and she'll reimburse you.

Updated Jan. 26, 2007
Posted Jan. 9, 2003

Hotdish Hoedown 2003

Food pantry needs Spam

The 2003 Spam report

Special Spam bulletin: Canned meats, including Spam and canned Armour pork, on sale at Save-A-Lot (sp?) grocery store on East Washington Avenue in the old Jo-Ann Fabrics building (on the right side of East Wash as one is heading away from the Capitol, toward the interstate). As of Tuesday, Jan. 21, the Armour product is less expensive than Spam, at $1.49 for a 12-ounce can, reports our intrepid shopper Claire, who picked up a case of the stuff. She adds that both the Armour and the Spam are 100 percent pork and that most of the calories include fat.

The hostess acknowledges political, social and economic concerns about the mass production of meat and meat byproducts.

For information on alternatives, see Research, Education, Action and Policy on Food Group.

Please send other resources to be added to this page.

Hotdish Hoedown guests are asked to bring contributions of Spam for the Atwood Community Center food pantry. Food pantry customers often request Spam, but not enough is donated to meet demand.

Food pantry "customers love Spam, and we never have much of it," says assistant center director and Hoedown guest Lisa Jacob, who came up with the idea.

Special prizes will be given for the most containers of Spam and the most Spam by weight that is donated.

Spam: It ain't just about e-mail.

Spam museum in Austin, Minn.  

Tilly rolls over Spam