Photo from familyfreshcooking.com (click the photo above to be directed thataways). During my daily internet meanderings I was struck by a sudden jolt of (P)inspiration. It's spaghetti, but in tiny little spirals. Because everyone knows the flavor-infusion power of the spiral is left unrivaled. Trapezoids try their best, but at the end of the day the stomach and soul craves food Fibonacci-style.
I just happen to have some spaghetti lazing around in my refrigerator, sponging off the government. So I did what any good American would do. I stabbed it, contorted it into balls of glory, sprinkled it with freedom (Parmesan) cheese, and baked it at 350 for 20 minutes. If you don't happen to have cold spaghetti on hand, just cook some al dente in the sauce of your choosing! I know it may blow your mind, but this method will infuse the spaghetti with your favorite saucy flavor and leave the perfect amount of sauce for spiraling.
As expected, one of the spaghetti balls became sentient and begged I show mercy and release his pasta-brethren. I did not oblige.
Making spaghetti into balls didn't quite make them fancy enough, so I added a sprinkling of diamonds to really accent the flavor of the spiral. (Seriously, don't eat diamonds. Doing so will lead to intestinal bleeding.) Enjoy, Supreme Beings!