Love in the Gas Station
My husband, who seems to get most of his meals from gas stations, stopped by Chevron, (2500 Seward Highway) this week and found his latest fascination: Spam musubi.
It’s a marriage of sushi and Spam and a favorite of Hawaiians. At first taste, they are slightly fishy, and then the salty Spam comes through, the tastes mellow once you get to the sticky white rice. The rolls are wrapped in seasoned seaweed. To really appreciate how fine these are, eat them warm, as soon as store manager Liz Seue makes them. Spam at it’s finest. At $2.29, it’s cheaper than beef jerky.