"SPK” stands for “salt, pepper and ketchup.” The SPK combination is popular at restaurants and delis, where it is served on cheesesteaks and many egg dishes and sandwiches.
“saltpepperketchup” was entered in the Urban Dictionary on December 27, 2003. “SPK” was entered in the Urban Dictionary on August 4, 2006.
salt, pepper, and ketchup
goes on a cheesesteak or a taylor ham egg and cheese sandwich
- Lemme get a cheesesteak.
- Yes please.
by goeltz December 27, 2003
Salt, Pepper, Ketchup
Hey i’ll have SPK on my bacon egg and cheese please.
by Kevin Bell August 04, 2006
Spk, a little salt, pepper, ketchup for my egg whites.
7:49 AM - 7 Mar 2009
@eatermiami lol good stuff! I am craving a salt bagel with an egg and cheese and spk salt pepper ketchup
2:20 PM - 23 Jul 2010
StarNews (Wilmington, NC)
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Long Island Eatery has by far the best breakfast in Wilmington….As a northerner I have grown up on BEC w/ SPK (bacon egg cheese salt pepper ketchup) and this place has it nailed.
About the SPK tweet yesterday. It stands for Salt/Pepper/Ketchup. When you order a cheesesteak or fries or wings you order it with SPK.
9:40 AM - 21 Oct 2010
Pork roll vs. Taylor ham? There’s more than one way to eat it
By Jessica Beym | For NJ.com
on February 10, 2014 at 2:43 PM, updated February 10, 2014 at 4:50 PM
“I was a PE&C with SPK for years till I tried ‘Well done pork roll with cheese (no egg) on a kaiser roll, spicy deli mustard and pickles. BEST SAMMICH EVER.” — SalSal1968
(That’s pork roll, egg and cheese with salt, pepper, ketchup for those of you who don’t know.)