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This morning, Wednesday, October 6, 2010, an article ran in the New York Times. It was a headline page in the Dining section. The headline was "Silly Enough to Eat". Next to the headline was a picture of two spaghetti tacos. I couldn't believe my eyes. Spaghetti tacos? A headline article? Doomsday has befallen!
Ok, maybe I exaggerated that a bit. Some of you may have seen it. Others probably haven't. But the article talked about how spaghetti tacos, that joke treat from iCarly has become a popular party food, as well as a real meal food. There is even a dessert version of Spencer Shay's famous treat, made with brownie mix, white frosting and strawberry preserves. There is a also a guacamole covered version, with Mexican-flavored tomato sauce (which can be found in the link over here).
Who would think that a simple joke could become a nationwide sensation? Bet Dan Schneider didn't!