Have you ever heard of, or tasted, SpaghettiOs Pie? Neither have I, but I do love SpaghettiOs (especially cold, right out of the can). And yes, I'm an eight year old in an adult body.

As we're discussing this morning on the 98.1 Facebook page, Minnesotans are famous for eating all kinds of unique foods. From a state that proudly celebrates everything from leftsa to tater tot hot dish, and lutefisk to Lutheran sushi -- I really didn't see SpaghettiOs Pie coming.


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Would someone please buy this woman a rolling pin or something. Using her forearms to smash down the bread is a bit much. Also, I'm no chef, but easy on the garlic salt. And the milk looks a little gross when it gets all mixed in -- but I haven't tried it (yet), so I won't judge.

I had to laugh at one of the comments on Twitter that said:

In no recipe are forearms involved.

A lot of the comments seem to suggest that viewers think the post is fake, citing the forearms, half-container of garlic salt, and adding the milk.

Fake or not, I love pie crust, cheese, and SpaghettiOs -- so I am going to steal the idea, modify, and give my version a try. I'll let you know how it turns out.

Pete Hanson is on 98.1 Minnesota's New Country weekday mornings from 5:30 to 10:00.

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