‘M’ is for Lasagna

April 4, 2007

Gadget, Lauren

After each having a pretty bad day, Lloyd and I pigged out on lasagna made in the ultra-cool Baker’s Edge pan.  The noodles fit just right – after snapping off about two inches from each end.  This recipe uses the ‘no-boil-um-first’ method, which didn’t work well the first time I made it back in ought-one.  This time it was much better.  It turns out that you don’t need to worry about turning the corners – they just expand during cooking and fill up the space.

All in all, a good dinner.  Here’s to a better tomorrow! (It’s got to be better – leftover lasagna!)

An 'M' or an upside-down 'W'?  You decide.


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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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4 Responses to “‘M’ is for Lasagna”

  1. Brad Said on:

    I think it’s a sideways “S” with too many bends.
    Mmm… it looks good.


  2. Kristi Said on:

    Yum-yum, lasagna. I was planning to make some, too. Yours looks delish! Plus, everybody gets an outside piece. Excellent!


  3. Peggy Said on:

    Absolutely mouth watering … but do you also like crusty edges of lasagna … or was your whole pan nice & soft. If that’s the case, I’m ordering the pan!!

    (the pan shape reminds me of “The Seven Sisters” … a part of Harford Road where there are 7 sharp curves in the road, one right after the other … my 7th grade art teacher was killed in a motorcycle accident on the seven sisters … a little Balto. folklore free of charge)


  4. Lauren Said on:

    I personally don’t care for crusty lasagna, but apparently Lloyd does. The bottom right ‘corner’ had a fairly crusty top, but the rest was normal.

    Peggy, I christen this the Seven Sisters Lasagna!


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