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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Lasagna for the Masses !~!

Is there any better way to express love than thru the gift of quality food, lovingly prepared by clean hands?

I think not (in some circumstances) so Monday I shopped and Tuesday I assembled and stored overnight. Come Wednesday and the day of baking. Dawned overcast and gloomy-looking, I could think of nothing better to improve the day's prospects than to bake off the larger pan I had prepared. The smaller loaf pan went home with Burp and his Mama after work Wednesday for their dinner. Reports came back positive from all three diners at his dinner table.

Oven to 325 F, preheat with the cold pan inside, bake it for another hour and a half and then let sit for fifteen more minutes while you drool and make a quick tasty salad and heat a loaf of bread.

The pan of lasagna weighs nearly three pounds and tastes so incredible... More sauce and another layer of cheese, thickly top and mozzarella, finished the prep of this bad boy. And is it worth every nickel and every hour...

I fed a few neighbors, invited another friend for dinner tonight and portioned out ten servings for the freezer.

It's a good month in LL.

Do you have a go-to meal for when you feel domestic ?~!

Thanks for taking a few minutes to spend with me, I know you're busy with all kinds of fun stuff. Hope your Spring is super.

May each step we take lead the way to Peace.


  1. The lasagna looks wonderful. I dread making lasagna so I only do it once a year. I make huge trays for our Christmas Eve dinner and freeze the rest in portions in our deep freezer so I can count on something wonderful whenever I need it. That was a lovely treat to send home with Burp. I'm sure his mom appreciated having something special on a weeknight that she didn't have to start after work.

  2. Will need the recipe for this one darl!

  3. I usually make a huge pan full with my home made canned tomato sauce. And, yupper, it probably weighs in at a good 4-5 pounds. I still have at least two dinners frozen from the last batch I made. So simple to make and so darn good. Yours looks tasty. Are you sure you aren't part Italian? And, that's pronounced (like my Aunt Eleanor would say it) Eye-talian. LOL