luncheon meat

noun

: cooked meat (such as sliced meat or canned meat) that is usually eaten cold
bought luncheon meat for sandwiches

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Recent Examples on the Web Ruscha’s painting juxtaposes that epic event with a giant yellow and blue product logo for the spiced ham luncheon meat, looming above. Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times, 7 Apr. 2024 Spam, published by Okinawa Hormel, boasts 100 different recipes featuring the luncheon meat, including Spam taco rice and Spam piccata. Alex Chun, Smithsonian Magazine, 9 June 2023 Around 75 percent of U.S. military facilities in Japan are located in Okinawa, where luncheon meat has become more entangled with local cuisine than on the mainland, according to Koikari. Alex Chun, Smithsonian Magazine, 9 June 2023

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“Luncheon meat.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/luncheon%20meat. Accessed 24 Apr. 2024.

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