May 01, 2018 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Spamley Cup 2018 

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The line quickly stretched into the parking lot as people filed in to get their Spam fix.
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Judge Sweet Mama Janisse tastes Team Surfside's entry.
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Those Spam Basters rocked a diner theme for this year's competition.
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Linh Le, left, eats a Spam frite from Kiss My Grits. It was her first time attending the competition.
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Adrian Carrillo eats Spam gumbo from Caroline's Texas BBQ.
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Niki Holley torches the homemade marshmallow for her entry.
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Kaylyn Seamands holds her almost 4-month-old daughter, Lucille, during her first time attending the Spamley Cup.
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Suzie Fortner, left, gets information on a silent auction item from Amy Scolari.
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Keagan Baker gets his face painted.
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Daniel Worley takes a bite while attending his first Spamely Cup.
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Winning spammers Dick Spam Dyke.
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Team Dick Spam Dyke won the coveted People's Choice award at the ninth annual Spamley Cup Cook-off.
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The judges agreed with the public and awarded first place to team Dick Spam Dyke.
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Spamley Cup Organizer Mike Vitiello gives last minute directions as they prepare to let people into the Spamley Cup at Redwood Fields on Sunday.
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Justin Gilmore was attending his first cup and sampled a chili spam dog.
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Raul Rojas adds pickled veggies to the Dick Spam Dyke entry.
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Team Surfside's Daniel Dixon pulls their entry, made with bacon fried Spam, pepper jack cheese and a teriyaki marinade, from the deep fryer.
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Spamley Cup Judge Sean Thomas samples the oyster entry from Humboldt Bay Provisions.
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Nature and Nani Smith of Juggling Jesters and Wizards of Play entertained children with their juggling at the family-friendly event.
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The line quickly stretched into the parking lot as people filed in to get their Spam fix.

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