People are horrified by this woman's 'pasta grazing table'

People are horrified by this woman's 'pasta grazing table'

10/14/2021

Along with not looking particularly delicious, this dining idea doesn’t seem very Covid-friendly.

One woman shared what she perhaps thought would be a well-received group dinner hack – but in actuality it’s just grossed everyone out.

After covering a table with kitchen foil, a hefty amount of linguini is spread across, then three difference sauces are loaded up on top.

It’s all types of wrong as a creamy mushroom sauce mixes in with a tomato one.

Captioned, ‘Yesterday’s dinner with the girlies!!’, the day old video has already gone viral – for the wrong reasons.

This isn’t the first time people have covered their dining tables in foil for a mass sharing meal or snack.

Last summer people were gathering over nacho grazing tables, which had huge guacamole dips in the center for hundreds of chips.

The classic grazing board is much smaller and usually a mix of meats, cheese and grapes.

But this monster-size carb-heavy version has left people sickened and confused.

Yesterday’s pasta night with the girlies!!🍝 #food #fyp #foryou #greenscreenvideo #pasta #pastatiktok

One person wrote: ‘You literally could have just done that on your own plates. Put pasta on each plate, and everyone pick their own sauce.’

Another said: ‘Why not just put it in three big serving bowls, something classy?’

Other complaints were that the different sauces didn’t make sense to mix together as they wouldn’t typically go in a meal.

‘Mmm, pasta mixed with different sauces and the taste of aluminum foil. Mmm!’

Some else said: ‘But they’re touching?’

A third, clearly not a fan of the creativity, called it ‘simply unnecessary’. 

Some people expressed safety concerns, though the reality is this isn’t going to harm anyone (aside from perhaps spreading any germs quicker).

‘Acidic food and aluminum foil is a big NO. Aluminum is significantly more likely to leach into food,’ one person wrote.

While some aluminum is absorbed into food when cooked in aluminum foil or cookware, and that this is enhanced in acidic foods, this won’t affect healthy adults.

At best it’s a fun way to enjoy pasta with your pals. At worst it’s a messy germ catcher.

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