The rapper also has a restaurant by the same name in Detroit
Lose yourself in Slim Shady’s new pasta sauce.
Eminem dropped a line of "Mom’s Spaghetti" pasta sauces on Thursday, he announced on Instagram. The rapper posted a video showing a jar falling from the sky and breaking on the ground next to a takeout container filled with spaghetti.
"From the D 2 ur kitchen 🍝 #momsspaghetti sauce is droppin 10/26 Link in bio," he wrote in the caption.
Eminem opened a restaurant — also named after a line from his 2002 song “Lose Yourself” — in 2017. Mom's Spaghetti started as a pop-up shop, and in 2021, it opened a permanent location across from Detroit’s Comerica Park.
Now fans from out of state can try the restaurant's red sauce for themselves. A single jar of Mom's Spaghetti pasta sauce sells for $13, or two jars for $25, on momsspaghetti.com. Orders are expected to ship on Oct. 29.
"Get your sweaters ready for some tasty s'ghetti sauce!!!" reads the product's description. "For the most legitimate Mom's Spaghetti pasta, pull some pre-cooked spaghetti from the fridge and reheat in a frying pan while adding your Mom's Spaghetti sauce ... It’s ready when the noodles have a bit of a snap and the sauce is heated to taste."
"That's how you get a great leftover taste the first time around! Add powdered parm and serve with some Texas toast with garlic butter for s'ghetti like we serve it up on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit."
The lyric that inspired the name of the sauce and his restaurant famously reads: “His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy// There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti.”
The menu at his Detroit eatery is simple, consisting of Mom's Spaghetti ($9), Mom's Spaghetti with Meatballs ($12), the S'getti Sandwich" ($11) and a choice of "pop" or water ($3).
Eminem attended the grand opening himself and posed with fans behind the restaurant’s walk-up window. In 2020, he sent containers of prepared spaghetti to frontline workers at Henry Ford and DMC hospitals, as they helped those in need amid the then-emerging coronavirus crisis.
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