Are You a Spaghetti Breaker-in-Half’er?

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I’m a spaghetti breaker-in-half’er. If I don’t break it in half and try to twirl it, I usually end up twirling until half the pasta on my plate is on my dumb fork, and I can’t even fit the blasted thing in my mouth. Not to mention that I’ve flung at least three splats of red sauce onto my face, neck and clothes in the process.

Oh, and the twirl in the spoon thing? I can’t do that without looking like an idiot.

So, I break my spaghetti.

Actually, I was breaking it, but lookee lookee now at this kitchen shortcut from Mueller’s — Pot-Sized Pasta! Pot-sized thin spaghetti, to be exact.

Mueller's Pot-sized Pasta

Mueller's Pot sized Pasta

Let me show you the before and after as it played out in my tiny corner of the map:

You’d never know to look at it that’s it’s pot-sized, now would you?

pot-sized pasta

And of course, it tastes every bit as good as its long and lean cousin. It’s Mueller’s, after all.

Mueller's_Pot_Sized_Pasta_with sauce

Right now Mueller’s is having a “Share Your Shortcut” Facebook promotion. Anyone can submit a photo of their own kitchen shortcut for a chance to win $500.

But wait, that’s not the only way to win! You can vote every day for your favorite shortcut and you’ll be entered into weekly prizes of a $100 gift card!

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Do you have a kitchen shortcut worth sharing? Do tell!


Comments

  1. says

    It’s about time someone thought of this. I am definitely a breaker in half-er. In fact, I break it before I even go to cook it because I store it in a shorter container in the pantry.

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