Pork and beans. This recipe hails from the old school. There's something about stormy weather that makes me crave some good old fashion post WWII food. Being part of the last generation to have known anyone that lived through the Japanese invasion of Guam, the stormy weather is reminiscent of the destruction after a typhoon and triggers this urge. This dish was introduced by the Americans that came to fight the Japanese. We would eat this after a typhoon because there was no power for refrigeration for any other meat. This updated version has Spam, Portuguese sausage, onions and garlic.