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Actress Jamie Chung Hooked Her Husband on SPAM

Actress Jamie Chung Hooked Her Husband on SPAM

The ‘Once Upon a Time’ actress grew up on the canned meat and got her husband hooked on it too

“I grew up on SPAM,” she told Page Six.

Actress Jamie Chung’s husband Bryan Greenberg has embraced what The Daily Meal has always known to be true: It’s time to stop worrying and give Spam a chance. Spam — the canned meat product that has long enjoyed a devoted following in Hawaii and several Asian countries — is also known to gross out many who are unfamiliar with it.

But Jamie Chung (Real World, Once Upon a Time) told Page Six recently that it’s a huge part of her Korean-American upbringing, and she even hooked Greenberg (One Tree Hill) on the stuff.

“At first he was like ‘Hmm, I don’t know,’ and then I gave him SPAM musubi [SPAM, rice and nori] and he was like, ‘Oh my God. This is delicious,’” she said.

The couple takes SPAM with them on road trips and hikes.

Interested in trying out some for yourself? Check out The Daily Meal’s best SPAM recipes — you might be surprised!


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It's easy to fall in love or despise the characters you watch fight, fall in love, and drink (a lot) each week. But what happens to them after the cameras stop rolling?

While some of "The Real World" alums went back to their hometowns and resumed their normal lives, others used the show as a platform to launch themselves into the spotlight. If you've ever wondered what happened to some of your favorite housemates from the iconic reality series, read on to find out where they are.


THEN AND NOW: What 11 of MTV's most well-known 'Real World' stars are up to

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It's easy to fall in love or despise the characters you watch fight, fall in love, and drink (a lot) each week. But what happens to them after the cameras stop rolling?

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While some of "The Real World" alums went back to their hometowns and resumed their normal lives, others used the show as a platform to launch themselves into the spotlight. If you've ever wondered what happened to some of your favorite housemates from the iconic reality series, read on to find out where they are.


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While some of "The Real World" alums went back to their hometowns and resumed their normal lives, others used the show as a platform to launch themselves into the spotlight. If you've ever wondered what happened to some of your favorite housemates from the iconic reality series, read on to find out where they are.


Watch the video: Jamie Chung for The Gifted at SDCC 2017 (October 2021).