we need to make potato lasagna
My brothers 30th birthday was this weekend and since his favourite meal he rarely eats is beef lasagna, he and my mom made that for his birthday dinner. I made a salad to go with it as well as gnocchi and marinara for those not eating lasagna. My brother was mad he and my mom were he only ones who ate the lasagna BUT
-I am a vegetarian, so I obviously don’t eat beef; I’m also lactose intolerant so I can’t digest cheese
-My sister and her fiancé both have IBS, and one of the triggers is dairy; they do eat dairy but not in large amounts such as in a lasagna as it makes them sick
-My dad can not stand the texture of cottage cheese; it literally makes him sick, and he actually did throw up years ago eating it, so he avoids that food.
So obviously the rest of the family had legitimate reasons for not eating lasagna. I even chose an easy, out-of-the-way meal to wake for the rest of us so I wouldn’t be in my mom and brothers way while they were cooking.
Yet throughout the birthday din... keep reading on reddit ➡
There's very little you can do or say in these times, but I noticed that when someone is in hospital or has died, the family members are so caught up in everything that they can forget to look after themselves, and can't really face cooking.
But I realised that while I can't take the pain away, I can cook, and a nice homemade lasagna is something that everyone likes, and can be eaten whenever. So I started doing this.
It's gotten to the point now when I can't bring myself to cook it on any other occasion, as the whole thing is laced with so many sad memories. This one is going to be particularly hard, but you can bet it'll be made with more love than anything I've ever cooked. Wish me luck.
Edit: thank you all for all the love and sympathies and golds and things; I've read all your comments and taken a lot of solace from them. It's nice to hear how so many of you have given or received food in times of need. To those of you who are having a tough time: stay strong. To those of... keep reading on reddit ➡
I saw it in a YouTube video recently and I’m wondering if there truly is a right answer my guess is two but a lot of people say one so I’m confused.
I had a work party today and we were all suppose to bring a dish. I asked my wife to make dish for me. She told me she will but she didn’t because our kid got in trouble for kicking another student so she had to see the principal and deal with the parents. No big deal. Before you ask, I couldn’t go to the principal meeting because this party is mandatory. My wife told me that I could just grab any of the premade dinner in the freezer upstairs. I took a frozen lasagna from the basement instead because I didn’t think it would be any different than the one upstairs and the fridge upstairs had a lot of crap in it and I wasn’t going to play tetris. I brought it to work and brought home half of it. My wife was furious. Turns out, the lasagna was made by her grandma who just passed six months ago and she was saving it for her grandma’s birthday for her and her mom. She’s been crying for hours and insisted that I sleep elsewhere tonight. I told her that she’s overreacting. She yelled at me for... keep reading on reddit ➡
I made lasagna and brought it over to my boyfriend’s friend’s potluck. It was untouched because the host also made lasagna but the difference was that hers was cooked and mine needed to be reheated. She didn’t bother to reheat it. She was also really rude when she saw that I brought lasagna. She was telling me that nobody could compete with hers so she won’t put mine out to save me from embarrassment. I’m a broke college student and it could last me a whole week. So I brought it home. My friends brought home her untouched chips and pop so I thought it would be okay if I did the same thing. Well, the host wasn’t happy and texted me and said that I shouldn’t have brought it home as they expected to have it for dinner tomorrow. Apparently it’s not nice to bring home left overs? I never been to a potluck before so I didn’t know and my friend told me that it’s okay. AITA?
mmmm lasagna so scrumptious I eat it buy the truckload straight up nom nom nmom sold my whole family rfor a nother bite of heaven eat it up you klnow just chomping down on some more lasagna you never have too much lsagna just eating pure ecstacy after every bite cant get enough
***EDIT*** I'm going to file a report with the FDA and see what happens. I fear that we may never know the truth behind the lasagna tooth :(
TLDR: found tooth in lasagna. lasagna company offered $250 dollars to close the case. they didnt really take responsibility for it, but want to end their investigation (in my opinion prematurely)
I won't be able to name specific companies involved or anything because of an outstanding claim that exists with this specific lasagna company's insurance, but hopefully I can get some advice. We live in Salt Lake City Utah
A few months ago I was eating some frozen lasagna and chomped down on something hard. Looking back it's actually kind of funny, because I was eating while playing a game and was momentarily too distracted to realize what I had bitten down on. I soon figured out it was a tooth. Pretty fucking grossed out, but nothing bad really happened. I assumed this would just end up being a funny and slightly disturbing story to tell.... keep reading on reddit ➡
Lots of people think this is weird but I love it so much I’ve been doing this for my whole damn life
Personally I love leftover lasagna when its been out for a few hours, has such a nice texture to it.
Or a meaty baklava with pasta filo
Anyone every tried making lasagna in a toaster oven? If so how did it turn out?
I don't know who needs to hear this, but it changed my life today. Stouffer's lasagna is 580 calories for 2 servings, which is just over a pound of food! I'm starting off with one serving at 290 calories with the knowledge that I can have a whole 2nd serving if I want to.
Okay so I’m gonna give you my story. It is a particularly ambidextrous story so I will tell it to you. So how it goes is one day about today I was playing counter strike (which by the way ((btw)) is probably the best game on steam and pc at the moment can’t stand plebs who still play call of booty and fortnight. I have a 5 year subscription to shroud btw, was one of the ogs.) and I had an awp and was gonna meme with my friend Jennifer (girl, probably over 18) and was going to impress her but then I had a crazy headache. “ACCHHHHHHH,” I exclaimed in pain. I had to get off and go ask r/askscientists if I had coronavirus but they deleted my post??? (Lol classic reddit censorship in work) so wanted to ask you guys, in r/mildyinteresting, if you knew. Thanks :) also add me on steam (don’t respond if you’ve played console in your life)
I don't know who needs to hear this today, but Stouffer's lasagna is 580 calories for 2 servings, which is just over a pound of food! I'm starting off with one serving at 290 calories with the knowledge that I can have a whole 2nd serving if I want to.