There is no such thing as a small-batch lasagna, is there?
When you make lasagna you gotta commit. Including the possibility of it bubbling over.
Clever cooks would have used a sheet pan underneath the lasagna to catch the spill, but the author of this blog aka I/Ik/Ich/Je/Yo is rarely clever. Now I’ll have to spend time cleaning the oven!?
Darn! Why does lasagna have to be so good?! And why does it have to be the husband’s favorite pasta dish?!
Mine, on the other hand, tends to be the really simple ones – Spaghetti Aglio e olio or Cacio e Pepe. Not that I won’t eat lasagna, of course, but I’ll be perfectly happy with those simple pasta dishes. What’s YOUR favorite?
From Last Week’s Fiesta
“A great party idea, any time this fall. I am figuring out which potential gathering here this autumn to try this at.” — Diann
“Yep, same here! I’ll be trying out this fabulous idea this fall, most likely for Thanksgiving. Though maybe if I can fashion the breadsticks into spiders or snakes or scorpions, it’ll be perfect for Halloween, too.” — Angie
“These are going to be delectable to cook and eat. I may have to order a couple of ingredients, but I’d be happy to do so.” — Diann
“There is a pear tree in my backyard, sadly neglected by the humans. Only the squirrels appreciate it, partying day and night in and around it. Soon though, the humans might join them, spurred by this simple yet enticing recipe of cooked pears that are versatile enough to be an accompaniment for a savory pork dish or a sweet dessert.” — Angie
“Some days a salad just hits the spot. This one contains a varied amount of foods, a complete meal altogether.” — Diann
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