MunchingZombie saidAre you Italian GAMRican? Because my mother couldn't have given better advice. When are you having me over for dinner?
I would also add that after your lasagna has cooled a little and you are just about ready to serve, throw it uncovered under a broiler. It will make the top crisp and bubbly and delicious.
Also, I misread the title of this thread and thought it said "lasagna lips".
LOL! Well Zombie, I've eaten a lot of Italian in my life and I enjoy the taste of the product of Italy's vineyards, orchards, kitchens, and of course, her men. ;-)
My undergrad was in Hospitality Management. I have a year of classic French technique, and have managed front and back of the house in fine dining.
Italian food has always been of special interest to me because is some of the most diverse cuisine in the world. I never cease to be amazed at the variety, depth, and novelty of ingredients and dishes from the rustic to the refined.
Italian, food, wine, and men, are "Art which takes place in time" and which can stimulate and satisfy each of the senses with enduring and fond memories for a lifetime.
I'd love to cook with you anytime, Zombie. It's something that my friends, family and I do together. The kitchen is the heart of my household and we all end up spending more time in the kitchen than just about any other place in the house. Eating is the destination, not just a pit stop.
If you're coming to Honolulu, come soon. I'm relocating to San Francisco by the end of the year.
"Finire di mangiare" and Be Well!