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Heyyy Helpers! Welcome back to another edition of Food for Every Soul, a series by myself where I interview people from Help Force about their favorite and famous recipes! For this post, I decided to interview the active, sweetheart, funny, passionate HF Captain: Luna!

I started off by asking her some questions about this delicious recipe!

Hello Luna! Welcome to this recipe interview! Can you tell us what recipe you will be talking about today? 

Luna: Today I’ll be talking about Spaghetti! 

spaghetti meat sauce

Can you tell us why this recipe is important to you, is it a family recipe, and is there any history or story behind it?
Luna: This recipe is important because it’s my grandmother’s recipe, she isn’t with us anymore but she is in her spaghetti. What makes this unique is she uses hot Italian sausage to give it a bit more flavor.

Here comes the best part, the Recipe! (As explained in detail by Luna)



» You need 1 pound of meat of your choosing

» 1lb 8 oz of a sauce of your choice

» Put in ⅛ of a cup of red cooking wine

» 1 clove of garlic (crushed)

» 8 of a cup parmesan (optional)

» 12 oz of noodles

Directions (For 4-6 people) 

1. Wash hands
2. If you have long hair pull it back
3. Mash up the meat (optional)
4. Brown the meat over medium heat
5. Drain the meat to get out the fat
6. Add 1 cup of clove crushed garlic, sauce, wine, cheese, and then mix
7. Turn down to simmer for an hour
8. Meanwhile start boiling water for the noodles
9. Boil noodles for about 10 minutes and check and stir them
10. Finally strain the noodles. You can use a fork to go through the noodles so they don’t clump together.

Do you have any tips or tricks on making it or why people may like this recipe, or any memories from it? 

Luna: A memory I had when making this recipe is when using the meat instead of browning the meat I had burnt it only because it was my first time cooking it with the hot italian sausage which does cook differently then hamburger meat but i did wait till it was brown lol. When I was younger I’d want this all the time that my mom started saying you’re going to turn into a spaghetti. My tip is don’t burn the meat like i did another tip is you can never have too much spaghetti. If you like spicy hot italian sausage would be the meat for you.

Thank you Luna for doing this interview for us!
Luna: Thank you for wanting to know about spaghetti!!/having me!

With that everyone, we’ve reached the end of the post! We know you wanted to read more xD but I will be back next time with more fresh and delicious content! If anyone would like to share a recipe with us, DM me with your ideas!

Bon Appetit! <3

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