|Photo by Brent Nelson...who doesn't quite know about shadows and things in photography.|
|Photo by your trusty author, who doesn't quite know about taking knockout food pictures.|
So, the caboose (Elliot) was in charge of meals this weekend...as part of his requirement for one of his Boy Scout badges. Even though we'd be eating meals easy for a 12-year-old to put together (usually not healthy), I was totally ready to hand over the reins for the weekend.
Saturday night's dinner was supposed to be simple. Spaghetti. But then, I remembered I had Justin's Chapple's Mad Tips article for Pasta Bundt Loaf. I handed that over to the Boy Scout...and things just got awesome.
The ingredients here seem to be a cross between those of a lasagna and an alfredo. One pound of spaghetti noodles is cooked, and to which a bunch of cheese, milk, eggs, and seasonings are added. All of this is then packed into a super-greased Bundt pan and baked for 35-40 minutes. And then, yeah....it really slices like the picture above. It really is spaghetti cake. It is love.
Never doubt the Boy Scout.