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Monday, March 14, 2011

Lemon, sausage and chard lasagna

We had a couple friends over on Saturday night, and Alex made this lasagna that I had spotted in Martha Stewart Living. It was ridiculously amazing: No tomato sauce, but instead lemon, sausage, and Swiss chard. The balance of flavors was pitch-perfect, especially with the tart lemon. I would highly, highly recommend it.

Where are your favorite places to find good recipes? Magazines? Cookbooks? Blogs?

139 comments:

Amanda G said...

clean eating magazine is amazing for whole, natural food recipes.

http://www.cleaneatingmag.com/

My Heart Blogged said...

That sounds really good. I'm lucky. My boyfriend is a cook. he loves trying new things. He doesn't ever use recipes though.
My Heart Blogged

Giulia said...

I find a lot of recipes through blogs, such as the Wednesday Chef, but I also like my cooking aps (Martha Stewart and Jamie Oliver) on my itouch and love to go back to my favourite cookbooks.

Ashley said...

Absolutely delicious!

Joanna Goddard said...

i love the wednesday chef!

Kelsey said...

joythebaker.com!
And my Vegan Soul Kitchen by Bryant Terry is quickly becoming my favorite cookbook.

Diana Mieczan said...

I love the twist with tart lemon! It has to add such a great new flavour:) I love reading cookbooks and cooking blogs. Jamie Oliver has such an amazing recipes. Have you seen his newest cookcook? Its about quick 30 minutes meals:)Im in love! Have a great Monday.

Becca said...

Simply obsessed with Smitten Kitchen! Her recipes are fail-proof!

Becca

Amanda (Dear Frances) said...

My favorite magazines for recipes are MSL and Food & Wine, and my favorite internet resources are Smitten Kitchen and Epicurious (their search engine is great - I use it when I have a few ingredients to use up and need ideas - you can usually find a recipe featuring everything you need to use up!). This lasagna looks fantastic!

Jackie said...

Wow! What a unique combination of flavours! I bet it's delicious. I tend to favour magazines for recipes but only if they feature photos. Must see what the end result should look like.

Cook books, magazines & websites without recipe photos should be banned. ;)

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

I remember you talking about this on Twitter. I need to try it... YUMMY! :-)

By the way, if you have a minute, drop by. I've posted about a beautiful French Chateau... it's truly dreamy!

Have a blessed week,

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Jenni Austria Germany said...

can alex cook for me? just have him mail me something. i'm sure it'll still be fine by the time it reaches europe.

MG said...

I really love getting recipes from Food Network that way I can see the prep in action but otherwise I love mags like Real Simple, Epicurious, and Martha :) Smitten Kitchen and the Bitten Word are great too!

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

wowzah! that sounds delicious and v unique. way to go alex! xoxo jcd :: ps do stop by cornflake dreams
and enter my giveaway!

Moocy said...

I have a bookmarks folder dedicated to recipes that is reaching epic proportions! There are just so many good cooking blogs out there. A few of my favorites are:

101 Cookbooks
Orangette
Smitten Kitchen
Kitchenist

I also love reading Saveur magazine. Soooo many good recipes and articles. :)

Brenna [fabuleuxdestin] said...

Wow - I've never heard of a lasagna quite like it ! Amazing!

rebecca s. said...

i saw that lasagne and thought about giving it a go. now i most definitely will! it looks so tasty!

i love smitten kitchen for recipes online, but usually i will just stumble on things in magazines. martha of course, whole living, sunset and bon appetit mostly.

clementimes said...

Smitten Kitchen and 101 Cookbooks are my tippy top favorites.

I love how Deb at SK gets recipes from the best of the best sites and adjusts them to her own tastes.

www.clementimes-continued.blogspot.com

Melanie's Randomness said...

Oooo it looks delicious!!! =)

Melanie's Randomness

Jocy said...

That looks interesting and yummy. I like Orangette for recipes.

angela said...

some sites i LOVE:

saveur
rouxbe
america's test kitchen
chow
food network

janis said...

smitten kitchen - always. absolutely everything she posts is pure magic!

Mandy said...

That looks sooo delicious!
xo Mandy

http://mandykoster.blogspot.com

April said...

http://www.101cookbooks.com/index.html

If I could afford it, I would turn my kitchen into a natural foods pantry and make/bake/cook everything that Heidi makes. I adore her recipes.

Julia said...

Thanks, Joanna! this looks wonderful. Question: do you eat the lemon slices, rind and all? or remove them as you eat?

Smitten Kitchen and 101 Cookbooks are my favorite recipe sources. I am a bad baker but somehow Heidi's recipes from 101 cookbooks always come out perfectly!

Julia

Melissa {TheScarletCardinal} said...

This sounds and looks amazing! I will definitely have to try it!

maddy said...

pioneer woman, smitten kitchen and now pintrest!

joanna-- are you watching the bachelor? season finale tonight!

Molly said...

Lemon, sausage, and swiss chard?? Oh my goodness, this needs to happen immediately. Thank you for sharing!

Steffy's Pro's and Con's said...

omg looking at it is making me hungry :)

<3 steffy
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Jesse said...

looks easy and delicious. i've been on quite the sausage kick myself, try my sausage and olives with angel hair.

iheartkiwi said...

Yum! That sounds amazing, well done Alex!

My favorite place to search for recipes is still the good old Gourmet website. I miss our subscription so much!

isabug said...

I'm a big blogger fan - especially Smitten Kitchen and Orangette. I do subscribe to Bon Appetit but sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to look through it!

sam said...

I'm a huge Martha Stewart recipe fan. I just got the app and am LOVING IT! Endless supply of ideas. Also love Real Simple for quick recipes.

avant garde design said...

that looks divine! are you familiar with david lebovitz's blog and site? i LOVE his recipes and on twitter, he is a roar! wickedly funn...;)

Nicole Marie said...

it looks delicious!!

Adrienne said...

In no particular order:
101cookbooks
orangette
sprouted kitchen
my new roots
green kitchen stories
saveur magazine
ottolenghi's "new vegetarian" column in the guardian
any book by deborah madison

Katy Mary said...

That sounds so different and delicious at the same time! I love finding recipes in magazines - Cooking Light, Real Simple and "special issues" that feature tons of recipes. I also like checking out blogs like Fun and Fearless in Beantown, A Boston Food Diary and Crockpot 365. Websites like Allrecipes.com and foodnetwork always have some great ones too!

theolivetree said...

I love The Pioneer Woman...great food over there~

Christina Lucas said...

That looks so good!! And I'm not a huge fan of tomato-based sauces, so I love pasta like this!

Kendall Marie said...

gluten free godess is amazing!

Sarah said...

That looks lovely and tasty. I watch a lot of food network. Especially Giada so I get a lot of my recipe from there. Thanks for sharing. I'll have to try this =)

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

Mighty Burns said...

I really like to find ideas on RealSimple.com or in the magazine at the check out :)
This looks realy good I can almost smell it!

Dancing Branflake said...

Oh yum! I love anything lemon, especially in this weather. I love picnic food!

Alice said...

Hey Joanna!
I'll have to try out that Lasagna because I can't imagine a dish that isn't overpowered by the swiss chard, so I'm REALLY curious! :)

Here are some of my favorite food blogs:

The Wednesday Chef
http://www.thewednesdaychef.com/the_wednesday_chef/

Whole Living - A Martha Stewart site
http://www.wholeliving.com/

and Kitchenist
http://www.kitchenist.com/

Those are my favorite. Thanks for introducing a new recipe and all the goodness you share with us everyday. Also, I have a request. I was wondering if it would be possible for you to show us how your decorator painted your blue lamp. How she prepped it, which type of paint she used, etc. A DIY post? I realize you have a ton on your plate, I just thought I'd throw it out there. :)
Thanks again,
Alice

http://likeasilhouette.blogspot.com/
(I need to figure out to to the linky thing...)

Kimberly Van Ness said...

Martha Stewart 100%! I only have time to make about 1/8 of the recipes I pull out from her magazine, but her website is an amazing resource for just about every food craving possible.

The lighter chicken pot pie recipe that uses phyllo dough instead of pastry is especially delicious!

Veralynn said...

One of my favorite cookbooks is Ad Hoc by Thomas Keller. It's a "couture" look at cooking- all handmade, from the sauces to jam to full entrees! I especially love it because Keller is from California wine country, just like me!

Veralynn
joiedeveralynn.blogspot.com

Annie said...

omg i must try this!!

Tang said...

I love recipes from the Martha Stewart site! This blog is also good: http://fortheloveofcooking-recipes.blogspot.com/

Jaclyn @ thelateafternoon said...

Yummy that lasagna looks delicious - the lemon is such a unique idea! Food gawker, smitten kitchen, and all recipes are my go-tos when looking for new recipes!

Marie said...

My favorite food blog right now is sutterbeans.com, the recipes are amazing (i've tried the broccoli cheddar soup, banana bread and garlic bread so far, all delicious) and the author really funny. Highly recommended xx

Mina said...

I just clipped this recipe from Martha last night and showed it to my hubby. We're planning to make it on Wednesday night!

Alie said...

I'm mostly gluten-free, and one of my favorites is definitely Cannelle et Vanille (http://cannelle-vanille.blogspot.com/); glorious photos and recipes so delicious you'd never think they were gluten free!

The Flying Quiche said...

I highly endorse Martha, Smitten Kitchen and 101 Cookbooks for recipe inspiration. I also love Cooking Light magazine which always has incredibly tasty dishes which have been re-worked to be healthy. Most of their recipes are on the website myrecipes.com which also has recipes from about 3 other magazines like Southern Living and Real Simple. The other publication I like is Everyday Food which is also a Martha magazine but it's easier fare with less steps.
The food blog world is vast! I occasionally blog about my favorite recipes if you're interested!

http://theflyingquiche.blogspot.com/

Sarah said...

What a wonderfully fresh sounding recipe! I will have to try a vegan adaption of this in the summer as I always have soooo much chard in my CSA when it's in season locally. yum!

Joanna Goddard said...

mina, you're going to love it! :) and smitten kitchen is amazing.

Anonymous said...

This looks delicious! I love white bechamel sauce instead of tomoato sauce, and I have just begun to realize that you cancook with lemon slices. I am dying to make this!

Roxy Te said...

mmmm! My mouth is watering! I usually put in a call to my mom (mom's are the best :) or I put a my cup of te(a) spin on recipes that I find on blogs and especially the food network! I always find myself consulting the Barefoot Contessa- quite unintentionally. She really does have the best ideas!

Ruby’s Upcycle Designs™ said...

Oooh, will definitely try this, thanks for the share!

If you're in the mood for thai...try this:
http://rasamalaysia.com/tom-yum-recipe/

It's the closest to authentic tom yum soup I've had!
xoxo Beth

lauren said...

Wow, that looks delicious! I love trying recipes from blogs! Also, check out my friend Alanna's blog: twofatals.com
I LOVE your blog!
http://happylifeinnyc.blogspot.com/

gia said...

I love Martha Stewart as well!

'Eat Live Run' blog is amazing though too, very inspired.

Kasia said...

I try recipes from Shape magazine or Shape.com to TRY to keep it healthy. But I have cooked many Nigella Lawson recipes, which I love, also Jamie Oliver, Ina Garten, and online:

101 Cookbooks
All the Best Blog - Soup on Sundays
Cupcakes and Cashmere posts recipes
David Lebovitz
Orangette
Smitten Kitchen
Sprouted Kitchen

www.fablifeblog.com

Shannon Buell said...

101cookbooks.com is a fantastic vegetarian cooking blog. I just made her Pierce street vegetarian chili. Delicious and fed our family of 3.5 for 4 nights! So funny because I also used to live on Pierce Street in San Francisco and the wind would literally "pierce" your soul, something I think you New Englanders could relate to.

Allie said...

Oh my goodness, this looks delicious! I'll have to try it.

http://www.thevanitylair.com/

Cherry said...

That looks sooooo yum, I'm totally going to try to make it. Thanks for the link!
In a way I'm lucky; a lot of my friends are chefs. I get inspiration from their food and just run with it. I have a strong enough background in food that mostly I experiment. If I find my self looking for inspiration I wander the internet...actual print cookbooks seem to be more food photography inspiration for me.

Allie said...

joanna, this looks amazing! I'm definitely going to try this soon because I actually don't really care for traditional lasagna that much...

featherfactor said...

Looks delicious! Thank you for posting...


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larissa said...

I've been a vegetarian for 7+ years, so I subscribe to Vegetarian Times magazine, which I absolutely love...and I also get a lot of ideas & recipes from Epicurious online & in their iphone app.

Joanna said...

I love this recipe! I've made it twice, once with chard and once with collard greens, which make it taste a bit stronger and punchier but still great. I posted about this on my own blog (www.life_savour.net) - coincidentally enough in a post that was all about my recent cookbook and magazine inspirations! Right now I'm loving Heidi Swanson's Super Natural Cooking, which is encouraging me to try out ingredients I've never even heard of.

Ariel said...

Oh I saw this in my Martha Stewart mag and have been dying to try it!

mayapamela525 said...

I missed your weekly round up Friday post! It's always a harbinger of the weekend for me

Amber said...

I like to use http://www.foodgawker.com, because it pulls from all the best of the blogs and I usually find something intriguing there. I also love Smitten Kitchen, Sunday Suppers, Martha Stewart, Real Simple and Epicurious.

Moonlight said...

blogs, definitely!
they show someone elses opinion on the recipe, or sometimes an interesting twist the the original recipe, and usually they feature more photos of the making of process, or a single serving of the food prepared, and i like that!

Ilona said...

Yum!

I can't believe no one has said Simply Recipes yet! Especially for soups, like crab bisque: http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/soup_and_stew/

Linda Zimmerman said...

I love the blogs: popsiclesandsandyfeet.blogspot.com and unionstreeteats.blogspot.com up to date blogs from CT and Brooklyn. Yum!

Miss Bibliophile said...

That sounds great. I bet it would be good with turkey sausage, too.

Lola Cupcake said...

Nigella Lawson is the queen of good cooking. I absolutley love her books!

xx

Amanda* said...

This makes me hungryyyy!

Elisa said...

oh it's different.

i find inspiration through reading blogs.

one perfect bite.blogspot.com
and check this one out (she is having a published book coming up
cannelle-vanille.blogspot.com

Beatriz Craven said...

Martha Stewart Living! I feel like so many of her recipes are so doable and not intimidating while being equally tasty! That lasagna looks absolutely delicious!

Hope you have a wonderful Monday!
B.

That Girl in Pearls

Bronwyn said...

Mmmm, looks incredibly delicious!
I have a couple of cookbooks that I regularly use (one called Street Food and one called A Measure of Grace) and then epicurious, but I may have to try this! Thank you!

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PoetessWug said...

I find my favorite recipes on blogs...and from inside my head. {That's where I keep my famous cheesecake recipe, and my grandmother's cornbread stuffing, and my own version of a shepherd's pie}...Now I'm hungry! LOL}

Kayla said...

It looks gorgeous. I'm not a big fan of tomatoes so this would be perfect for me!

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Pink Rickshaw said...

This looks delicious! I'm also obsessed with Smitten Kitchen and Ina Garten cookbooks and for Indian cooking Madhur Jaffrey cookbooks.

Something Old, Something New said...

This looks great! Love that it doesn't have tomato sauce.

Margaret said...

smitten kitchen and jaime oliver...the best!

Jossie said...

In addition to 101cokbooks, smittenkitchen and eatmakeread two down under favourites are stonesoup and whatkatieate!

Anonymous said...

smittenkitchen.com! every single thing I've tried off her site has been amazing

Joanna Goddard said...

haha, sorry, maya pamela, it was such a busy day, i just didn't get to the weekend post! :) will definitely do one this coming friday. xoxo

Lauren said...

This looks amazing! I love getting recipes from Martha, they are always good and easy to make. I have not looked through my new Living magazine but now I am really looking forward to sitting down with it tonight!

Voni said...

only in german so far, but we try to put in articles in english as well some time

http://meineliebedasessen.blogspot.com/

Jovana M. said...

I can imagine a lasagna without tomato sauce. But you said sausage so it's worth a try.

Emily said...

Thanks for asking this question--I'm finding so many awesome blogs and sites for amazing recipes!

I'd say my go-to sites would be www.thepioneerwoman.com and www.melskitchencafe.com.

I love that they're tried and true and they're writing and descriptions are pretty entertaining too!

Neidi Hewhart said...

I love cookbooks and various magazines but my computer default is Allrecipes.com The user reviews are so great that you never need to worry about how it'll come out.

SHAYNA said...

made this for dinner last night for my pops and my husband. they both loved it despite the fact that my husband "hates" chard. it was great.

smitten kitchen, wednesday chef, orangette and mark bittman and the kitchn are my current resources.

Dana @ My Cherry Pie said...

This seriously is a must. I love familiar dishes with a twist. Yum.

AJ said...

Based solely on this recipe you would LOVE Sprouted Kitchen. She is currently working on a cookbook too!

Jill V. said...

My bible cookbooks since having baby #3 back in April are are:

Real Simple - Meals Made Easy
Real Simple - Easy delicious meals

I also just picked up:

Ina Garten - How Easy Was That?

They are all SO super easy and yummy. I have to go by my family because I am cooking blind most nights being a strict vegetarian for the past 29 years. They have given a thumbs up for every single recipe so far.

chef4l said...

I love the recipes on Houseandhome.com. And I love other food bloggers as well!

Alina said...

I use Smittenkitchen.com most often, but I do look at cookbooks when I'm interested in a certain cuisine. Occasionally, I'll look at other websites (e.g. unedeuxsenses for macarons) or magazines.

Marty J. Christopher said...

This sounds amazing! I'll have to give it a try. I heart Everyday Food, Real Simple (because it's almost always really simple...and really delicious) and various other magazines. I'm also a big AllRecipes fan. And of course I love Julia Child. Other than that, I like to create my own stuff.

Yumi @ Natsukashii said...

Must try this! Thanks for sharing :) My faves are: Sprouted Kitchen (Sara is working on her first cookbook!), Sunset Magazine, Epicurious, Martha Stewart.

Elizabeth said...

Recipe sources (in order of preference)
1. My mum
2. Nigella Lawson's website
3. Martha Stewart (I have to convert the temperatures to celsius though because I'm Aussie)
4. Donna Hay Magazine - http://www.donnahay.com.au/ (she hosted Oprah in Sydney)
5. Cooking encyclopedias and Women's Weekly cookbooks http://www.australian-womens-weekly.com/ (especially the cookie recipes)

Linka said...

Closet cooking is an amazing recipe blog! I love it

Morgan said...

I made that this weekend too! We used vegetarian sausage instead and it was still soooo good! Highly recommend.

fleur_delicious said...

Another epicurious fan here. I joined the site back in the mid-nineties, when I started catering my first parties as a teen (and by catering I mean making 4 dozen each of strawberry lemon curd tartlets and kiwi lime cream tartlets - I was cooking from a very young age!).

I HAVE to tell you about my all-time favorite cookbook. Gordon Hammersley's Bistro Cooking at home. It is a MUST. Finally bought it after having it out from the library for months. THe roast chicken is our go-to for company; we even made it for our backyard wedding this summer!

Catherine said...

There are so many great cooking blogs out there. I have a whole slew of them on my sidebar. While I love the accessibility of blogs, sometimes I just desire flipping through the pages of a gorgeous cookbook. Williams Sonoma Cookbook is my favorite.

http://mangoesandlemons.blogspot.com/

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Love your blog! And the lasagna sounds fabulous!
Have a great week!
Jamie Herzlinger

Maggie said...

Looks yummy! I also consult blogs to prepare my meals.
http://soyfrivolita.blogspot.com/

Bridget said...

wow that looks good.

Anonymous said...

I showed this picture to a friend who asked what I was planning to make for dinner that evening. His response? "Oh, so you're making Condom cake then?"
Seriously hilarious. But I'll be making this 'cake' again in future for sure :)

browngoat said...

that looks so yummy and elegant! i think i might add it to my family's dinner menu next week.
i would like to think that my food blog is a good source for menu planning and recipes. i hope you and your readers will check it out:)
www.browngoat.wordpress.com

Michelle Lee said...

looks amazing :)

"obsessed at the moment" post up!
http://pinklemonincrystal.blogspot.com

nemawei said...

I can't wait to try that lasagna!

My favorite place for recipes is tastespotting.com

I browse it almost every night!

jenny said...

I was just reading this martha stewart last night thinking how amazing that would be! Thanks for the recommendation, I am totally going to make it now.

Anonymous said...

I love Food52.com - I have made several recipes and all were AMAZING!

I will be trying a meat-free version of this...YUM!

dani press said...

this looks AMAZING. and i am going to the grocery store right now to get the ingredients to try it out!
thanks for sharing jo! xo.

Girly Notes said...

very nice blog :)
please check out mine http://girlynote.blogspot.com/

Sprinzette @ Ginger and Almonds said...

You don't need another comment telling you how wonderful your blog is. I've so enjoyed reading your posts. Delicious!

mixette said...

smittenkitchen is tip top, but newish-to me notwithoutsalt.com has been all hits so far!

Sasha said...

there are too many brilliant recipes out there. they encourage my food addiction far too much. i mostly go to blogs and newspapers, but i am making a plan to incorporate more cookbooks into my kitchen.

favourites include

http://mynewroots.blogspot.com/

http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/

http://sproutedkitchen.com/

http://www.latartinegourmande.com/

http://www.feastingonart.com/

lucy waverman for the globe & mail

recipes for health from the ny times

nigel slater for the observer

the minimalist (oh how i miss you!) column for the ny times

Julie said...

That looks so yummy!!!!

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Jamie said...

I want to make this too! My fav cookbook is The Art of Simple Food. It teaches you the basics and you can easily build off of it for simple delicious meals. nom nom!

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C. said...

That looks so delicious- thanks for sharing, I'm definitely going to try it.

My fave places for recipes are smitten kitchen and the New York Times dining section!

Cristin said...

How unique! Always looking for yummy lasagna recipes...

www.thefourseasonings.com

ivey patton said...

Wow! what a combination!

vanillasugar said...

god that looks good.....nice flavor/texture combo
i get really inspired from tasteologie.com
magazines don't really cut it anymore...i need instant visual via computer. i think i have computer inherted ADD. bad i know

Covadonga said...

Thanks

S said...

Yum! Your dish is similar to one I made recently that included three main ingredients: campanelle, pecorino, and spinach. Check it out here: http://www.makehappyblog.com/?p=287

Willi Nixon said...

Just made this dish, SO GOOD

kerri lynne said...

real simple! :)

Corilu Designs said...

Well your lovely photo enticed my to try the recipe. I love swiss chard, love lemons and who doesn't like sausage. Well my whole family loved it. I will be making it again!!!

Laura said...

Hi Jo and everyone!
My boyfriend Matt collects together recipes and gets his friends to add their family recipes to his foodie website www.foodforfriendsyeah.co.uk so if you're looking for inspiration, go for it!

I'm a travel writer (mainly for www.i-escape.comand I take him with me on my travels...so he can recreate the amazing food we've eaten when we get home! Moroccan is his current speciality.

Love your blog!

Laura

mar said...

Hellooooooooooooo :) i´m spanish, i´ve a blog of recipes, i like yours very mucho, i follow you ok? you are frem n.y, great!!!!!very far jajajaja, now in spanisk:
holaaa soy de españa, concretamente del norte! me encanta tu blog asi que me quedo para seguir todas tus recetas:) kissssssssssss

WCP said...

Sometimes, when I am hungry, I peruse my favorite blogs for recipes, and then I stumble upon ones like this and get so overwhelmed by my hunger that I can't imagine that I'll get to the store in time to get ingredients, let alone cook. That's when I get really close to eating random things from the fridge, but I have to stop myself and hold out for something better.

And yes, I tend to look to blogs for recipes, partly because I like to hear how people's review and added suggestions/tweaks.

On that note, thanks for sharing this; I've added it to my recipes list!

Tricia said...

Hi Joanna,

Thank you so much for sharing this recipe - my husband made it last night and it was SO ridiculously AMAZING! Absolutely my favorite lasagne! (Can't wait to get home for leftovers tonight!!)

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