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Everyone in my family absolutely adores spaghetti. They love to enjoy it with tomato sauce, white sauce and even pink sauce. We even enjoy it with just a sprinkle of olive oil and salt! Any way we can enjoy spaghetti, we do, and it is so much fun. My husband, on the other hand, hates spaghetti. He hates that it is often a mess to eat and that it always untwists on his fork before he can even get it into his mouth. It is definitely a love/hate (but mostly hate) relationship with spaghetti in his book.
Well, since my family loves it and my husband hates it, I have been trying to find a solution for this conundrum. How hard it is to feed people who are polar opposites, huh? Well, after a while of browsing on Pinterest, I was still stumped. I had absolutely no idea what to do to make my family something they love, but also not something my husband hates. So, I called my neighbor Anne who quickly came to the rescue. After hearing my dilemma, she had a solution of a family recipe from long ago in her family: spaghetti baked cream cheese casserole.
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