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(Washington Post)   I don't always make lasagna, but when I do, it's the BEST LASAGNA IN THE WORLD   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 96
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2013-09-11 12:28:42 PM
So the number of page views equals quality?
Well then Psy must be the greatest songwriter ever
 
2013-09-11 12:34:31 PM
It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.
 
2013-09-11 12:40:47 PM

Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.


Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo
 
2013-09-11 12:45:11 PM

NuttierThanEver: So the number of page views equals quality?
Well then Psy must be the greatest songwriter ever


Well, he's certainly up there. So it does work.
 
2013-09-11 12:59:17 PM

NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo


WTF you talking about, I got a Fazolli's down the street, how much more italian do you need?
 
2013-09-11 01:06:30 PM

NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo


Oh fark your crappy Eye-talian holes in the wall. My go-to guy is Chef Boyardee. Top that.
 
2013-09-11 01:10:00 PM

gopher321: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

Oh fark your crappy Eye-talian holes in the wall. My go-to guy is Chef Boyardee. Top that.


Well, after the Chef conspired with some of Campbell's crew to kill off the Franco American's, he's all that is left.
 
2013-09-11 01:10:20 PM
Someone has obviously never seen thenyoutube video showing how to make dishwasher lasagne.
 
2013-09-11 01:20:06 PM

Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.


Much like an insane sheep, ewe crazy.   Keep it up!
 
2013-09-11 01:22:56 PM
mother farker got to the Olive Garden joke before I did.

Suck it, Pocket Ninja.
 
2013-09-11 01:27:21 PM
The guy who made the lasagna sounds like the type of person you can have a beer with. Good on you, man. We need more people like you.

On its own though, Lasagna...gah, too much work.  Seriously, all foodie sh*t aside, Stouffers Lasagna is awesome, if you can get past the 90 minutes or whatever it takes to cook it. By far easier and cheaper than actually making lasagna. Although I suppose you could just order it to go from your local Italian eatery and get something a little more special.
 
2013-09-11 01:27:23 PM

gopher321: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

Oh fark your crappy Eye-talian holes in the wall. My go-to guy is Chef Boyardee. Top that.


Oh well if we are talking about Italian at home then nothing beats my spaghetti sauce, the secret is to add some ketchup to the Chef Boyardee pizza sauce you dump in with the hamburger, it takes off the some of the spiciness
 
2013-09-11 01:31:04 PM

NuttierThanEver: gopher321: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

Oh fark your crappy Eye-talian holes in the wall. My go-to guy is Chef Boyardee. Top that.

Oh well if we are talking about Italian at home then nothing beats my spaghetti sauce, the secret is to add some ketchup to the Chef Boyardee pizza sauce you dump in with the hamburger, it takes off the some of the spiciness


Just go all the way and do  spaghettios-pizza-with-meatballs
 
2013-09-11 02:00:23 PM

dletter: Just go all the way and do spaghettios-pizza-with-meatballs


denver.mylittlefacewhen.com
 
2013-09-11 02:08:24 PM

Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.


And this is why I have you favorited in the category "Pocket Ninja".
 
2013-09-11 02:08:40 PM

NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo


You meant to type Sbarro.
 
2013-09-11 02:10:07 PM

gopher321: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

Oh fark your crappy Eye-talian holes in the wall. My go-to guy is Chef Boyardee. Top that.


Yes *cough* the lady will have the Beefaroni and I will have the FRESH Cheesy Burger Macaroni.
 
2013-09-11 02:11:12 PM
I'm guessing the best lasagna recipe in the world is not found on the internet.
 
2013-09-11 02:11:37 PM

Fano: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

You meant to type Sbarro.


Pathetic...all of you.  You can save the time and the money going to a REAL Italian place that even has a drive thru...viva Fazolis!
 
2013-09-11 02:12:13 PM
I remember I had the lasagna. Surely not obscure.
 
2013-09-11 02:12:35 PM
So know Lasagna is a hero?
 
2013-09-11 02:12:42 PM

Fano: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

You meant to type Sbarro.


That's my go-to for a real Italian slice.  Just like the kind they have over in Barcelona.
 
2013-09-11 02:12:43 PM
I don't know, I think there should be more beef than Italian sausage.   Fennel seeds suck.
 
2013-09-11 02:13:37 PM
i.walmartimages.com
/hot, like lasagna right out of the oven
 
2013-09-11 02:13:38 PM

Fano: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

You meant to type Sbarro.


I was thinking Domino's myself, but you're right about Sbarro. It's hard to beat a steam-table salad-bar in an I-95 rest-stop for authenticity.
 
2013-09-11 02:13:45 PM

Oldiron_79: I remember I had the lasagna. Surely not obscure.


Not obscure to me, and don't call me Shirley.
 
2013-09-11 02:15:03 PM
No, this is the best lasagne in the world:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08S9AmtH19o
 
2013-09-11 02:15:30 PM
If there's anyone who knows good food, it's middle aged midwesterners.  Cream of the culinary world.

/and cream of mushroom soup
 
2013-09-11 02:15:46 PM

UtileDysfunktion: [i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
/hot, like lasagna right out of the oven


For what it is, that stuff ain't half bad.
 
2013-09-11 02:16:55 PM
So I am supposed to fart under the blankets to prep for this?  I find that odd.
 
2013-09-11 02:17:22 PM
You mean that's not Chicago style pizza?

/ducks
 
2013-09-11 02:18:36 PM

CruJones: I don't know, I think there should be more beef than Italian sausage.   Fennel seeds suck.


This.  Have you ever been to an authentic Indian joint?  They have a bowl of fennel with liquorice candies.  I saw the real Indians as they left they would take a hand full.  I've never tried it, so I thought it was some kind of palate cleanser.....nope, yeesh that ruined the whole meal.
 
2013-09-11 02:19:26 PM

UtileDysfunktion: [i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
/hot, like lasagna right out of the oven


We don't need any fancy parsley.
 
2013-09-11 02:21:07 PM
This time of year I layer thin slices of garden fresh yellow squash and zucchini in my lasagna.  This in fact makes MY lasagna the most interesting lasagna in the world.
 
2013-09-11 02:21:10 PM
I've made that lasagna twice - once to try it, and once to give to someone after their spouse died. It's pretty good in a comforting kind of way. I use allrecipes mostly for their ingredient finder - type in a couple of things you have on hand, see what pops up.
 
2013-09-11 02:21:32 PM

bdub77: The guy who made the lasagna sounds like the type of person you can have a beer with. Good on you, man. We need more people like you.

On its own though, Lasagna...gah, too much work.  Seriously, all foodie sh*t aside, Stouffers Lasagna is awesome, if you can get past the 90 minutes or whatever it takes to cook it. By far easier and cheaper than actually making lasagna. Although I suppose you could just order it to go from your local Italian eatery and get something a little more special.


I have to agree. I was startled at how good the "throw this crap in the nuker" lasagna was.
 
2013-09-11 02:22:47 PM
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2013-09-11 02:23:25 PM

RoyHobbs22: This time of year I layer thin slices of garden fresh yellow squash and zucchini in my lasagna.  This in fact makes MY lasagna the most interesting lasagna in the world.


Do you dump the Ragu on before or after the Kraft pre-grated cheese?
 
2013-09-11 02:23:30 PM
Not as good as this guy's
4.bp.blogspot.com
seven-layer bean dip of the gods!
 
2013-09-11 02:23:47 PM
www.lamebook.com
 
2013-09-11 02:24:53 PM

Rapmaster2000: [encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com image 400x114]


Damn. Old school.

(The first three books are pretty darn good. After that they get uncomfortably cruel)
 
2013-09-11 02:26:14 PM

FinFangFark: Fano: NuttierThanEver: Pocket Ninja: It is pretty freakin' good lasagna. But the main takeaway from the recipe is that good lasagna must always use sweet italian sausage IN ADDITION to the other, more inferior, meats such as ground beef. But if you didn't know that already, you should probably just stick to going out for a good Italian dinner. There are probably many local options for authentic cuisine near where you live that have at least a halfway decent chance of being every bit as good as what you'd expect from a higher end establishment like Carraba's or Olive Garden.

Olive Garden? God what a hick you are
Everyone knows for real Italian you have to go to a real high end fancy Italian place like Macaroni Grill or Buca di Beppo

You meant to type Sbarro.

Pathetic...all of you.  You can save the time and the money going to a REAL Italian place that even has a drive thru...viva Fazolis!


Ummm..look above ya, chief...it's been done.
 
2013-09-11 02:27:02 PM

bdub77: The guy who made the lasagna sounds like the type of person you can have a beer with. Good on you, man. We need more people like you.

On its own though, Lasagna...gah, too much work.  Seriously, all foodie sh*t aside, Stouffers Lasagna is awesome, if you can get past the 90 minutes or whatever it takes to cook it. By far easier and cheaper than actually making lasagna. Although I suppose you could just order it to go from your local Italian eatery and get something a little more special.


I can walk in the house at 5PM... taken the meat out of the freezer and have a fresh made lasagna on the table before 6PM.  (630PM if I need to make the noodles from scratch)  why would you want to cook a frozen hunk of junk for 90 minutes??
 
2013-09-11 02:28:03 PM

UtileDysfunktion: [i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
/hot, like lasagna right out of the oven


THIS
 
2013-09-11 02:29:12 PM

mesmer242: I use allrecipes mostly for their ingredient finder


Which is good for a general guideline, but I find their recipes are either over seasoned or under seasoned.
 
2013-09-11 02:31:13 PM
I like lasagna but don't love it as I'm not a big fan of ricotta. I certainly never made it and don't really plan to. But I make this layered Mexican casserole thing that sort of looks like lasagna, is never the same twice, and so farking good. I always prepare way too much for one casserole dish so I end up having to make two. This makes me think I need to go shopping.
 
2013-09-11 02:32:59 PM

kvinesknows: I can walk in the house at 5PM... taken the meat out of the freezer and have a fresh made lasagna on the table before 6PM. (630PM if I need to make the noodles from scratch) why would you want to cook a frozen hunk of junk for 90 minutes??


It takes you 60 minutes from frozen meat to served lasagne?  That is a somewhat boring mutation but I'm fairly convinced you're an X-man.
 
2013-09-11 02:33:25 PM

URAPNIS: UtileDysfunktion: [i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
/hot, like lasagna right out of the oven

For what it is, that stuff ain't half bad.


I know.  I used to make my own and then got lazy one weekend and tried the Stouffer's.  Heckuva' lot easier to make.

/now cooks 25% faster!
 
2013-09-11 02:33:38 PM
I've made this lasagna twice. It wasn't the best lasagna I've ever had, but what it was was still very good, and very easy to do. Good on him. Maybe it would be the best I've had with some of my own practice. I'm not the most experienced cook ever. Then again I'm a little tired of ground beef. With as much as the ingredients end up costing anyway, I might be happier replacing it with lamb. I know I'm always happier with spaghetti sauce when I spend the extra for lamb.
 
2013-09-11 02:34:35 PM
FTF recipe:

"Heat the sausage in a large Dutch oven..."

/that's not a euphemism?
 
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