Purportedly the "most requested" information from his lecture at the 1985 AIGA conference (according to his speech on Friday called "Since Then: Two Points of View") = Milton Glaser's Mom's Spaghetti Recipe. He's an iconic graphic designer; does this mean that I may birth such a luminary one day just because I can relate to his mam for creating this concoction? Regardless, Milton, call me…I think that you might really enjoy eating at my place some night!
Mama Glaser's "Spaghetti"
- 1 box Mueller spaghetti
- 1 bottle Heinz ketchup
- 1 box/slab Velveeta cheese
(note brand specificity for ALL ingredients)
- Bring 6 quarts of water to a boil
- Drop in pasta
- Cook until basically all of the water is evaporated
- Mix in bottle of ketchup; HEINZ ketchup
- Drop in block of Velveeta; stir until combined evenly with pasta/ketchup
- Continue cooking until all ingredients are congealed
- "De-mold" (his word, not mine) onto platter
(BLOGORELLI special props for designating HEINZ ketchup…did you all know that it's made in Pittsburgh, hmmmm?)