August 25, 2014
Cue the Monty Python Spamalot YouTube clips. It’s all about the Spam at American Sardine Bar when Scott Schroeder’s sandwich shrine pays its respects to precooked canned meat product.
A collaboration between Schroeder, photographer Neal Santos and food writer Drew Lazor, the very special evening (which is also Santos’ birthday) will feature a delicious spiced lineup of Spam-tastic snacks.
Starting at 6 p.m. until the Spam runs out, the kitchen will turn out Spam Pandesal sliders on sweet Filipino rolls with mango and papaya slaw; Spam fried rice lumpia (fried rice formed into spring rolls and deep fried to a crisp); Spam corn dog; Spam tacos; Spam mac n’ cheese; and the list goes on.
Even more potential excitement for Spam lovers: the company has sent along extra flavors that are rare or unavailable in Philadelphia, such as Hot & Spicy, Bacon, Jalapeno and Teriyaki, each of which will be making an appearance in the specialty dishes.
The one-night-only menu will be served à la carte and will last as long as the supplies do.
Spam Night at American Sardine Bar
When: Wednesday, August 27, 6 p.m. until the food runs out
Where: American Sardine Bar, 18th and Federal streets
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.americansardinebar.com