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How to make spaghetti exciting Specific purpose To inform my audience on how you can make spaghetti exciting Central Idea you can always make food more fun if you become creative Organizational Pattern Tropical INTRODUCTION IFreshly boiled noodles thick smooth sauce meatballs lemons cheese pars leaf are the necessary ingredients for this exciting dish ANot what you think when your thinking about spaghetti BLearning how to cook spaghetti is simple its basic steps easy to follow ibut its when you become creative that you can make it more fun IIIm going to show you how to make a face out of spaghetti A you will be able to entertain guest or have a dish your children would look forward to IIILike many of you Ive always know how to cook spaghetti AIt wasnt until this recent project requiring my creative ideas that allowed me to think of making a face out of spaghetti BI have tested it and its fun You and your friendsfamily will get a good laugh IVThere are only two main steps AStep one is to prepare the food BStep two is to become creative Transition Lets begin with preparation BODY I Preparing to cook spaghetti is simple A you need spaghetti noodles meatballs thick tomato sauce and packaged meat i getting creative you need one lemon garlic bread and pars leaf B You should place the garlic bread in first give or take its cooking time of about 30-35 min C You want to bring the noodles to a boil i drain water from noodles D Fry meat allowing it to turn brown i as meats cooking grind E For the meatballs I prefer microwavable ones i its a time saver F Heat up the sauce Transition With the food prepared and ready to go Youre now ready to become creative IIYou want to begin by using a round plate APlace
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