How to Eat Spaghetti

Take a plate of spaghetti.

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Step 1: Add Cheese

If you're not lactose intolerant, this is highly recommended for better taste.

Step 2: Get a Fork

Always handy when you need to eat, not only for this meal, can be used with any meal.

Step 3: Get a Spoon

This step is optional, if you don't like spoons you can always use a knife.

Step 4: Mixing

Mix the sauce, pasta and cheese.

Step 5: The Eating Part

Spin some pasta on to your fork by using your spoon. This might be the most difficult part, for most people it might take some practice, hang in there.

Step 6: Final Part

Continue doing this until your plate looks like this. If you'd like an other portion, repeat these steps if not, go clean your plate.

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    anatroccolo

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Mmmm...well, I'm Italian and I grew up on a spaghetti diet. Actually you're not supposed to use a spoon while eating them, but I understand that it might help the spinning... :D
    A little tip: if you drain the spaghetti, and then toss them in a large pan (like a frying pan or a wok) where you've been cooking or re-heating the pasta sauce, hten your pasta will be perfectly coated in sauce.
    Serve and then sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top.
    It's dinner time around here, guess what I'm going to cook? :P

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    Cooldeal

    8 years ago on Step 6

    Uhm.... I wonder how this would work with the knife in lieu of the spoon. Isn't this the same thing as spinning it on the bottom of your plate?

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    canida

    8 years ago on Introduction

    How should I change my eating technique if the spaghetti contains meatballs? Does it vary with the size of the meatball?