Why Justin Bieber is better than John Lennon…

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  1. Even though my heritage is 100% Italian, I did not know the history of lasagna! It’s so time consuming to make and when I used to, I would freeze some of it. But now, sad maybe, I buy the Trader Joes brand which really is, delicious.

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    1. Hi Pat, thanks for the comment and reading the post.

      Yeah Lasagna dates back so far its incredible, even cicero was known to eat something similar as he had trouble with his teeth. I unfortunately don’t have the time to make my own, that’s why I wait to go back to Italy to see my grandma’s 😉

  2. I’ve been making the same lasagna recipe for years. I tend to make 2 or 3 and freeze them so I always have something around for last minute company. I don’t know anyone who does NOT like lasagna. But this post intrigued me…maybe it’s time for me to try a new one!

    1. Hey Jacquie, thanks for reading and the comment.

      My nonna’s have been making the same recipe for years, I think the trick is that they are secretly witches… no way would I have the patience to do it as often as they do.

    1. Auguri di buon anno caro amico! Yes I can imagine the disdain spread across your face. I wanted to show popularity has nothing to do with being the best, I’ve offended Liverpool, Greece and India all at once but I had to make my point! 😉

  3. While I’m sure both recipes are wonderful, I’m not allowed to make lasagna. That’s my grandfathers job. I bet his recipe would beat anything on the internet, but it’s one of those ancient secret things so we’ll never have the opportunity to find out!

    1. Thanks Kindazennish! I totally get what you are saying, my nonna’s are the same and the reality is, I will never know what goes in those jars of spices but it works!

    1. Hi Bindu, thanks for replying. I was basically making a comparison of popularity. The lasagna dish was popular doesn’t mean it was the best, like Bieber, he’s popular but not better than say someone like Lennon. Does that make sense?

  4. You almost lost me at the title, but I’m glad I hung in there. I love lasagna more than almost any other dish in the world. Now I can entertain my friends with its etymology. At the very least, I now know what to make for dinner tonight!

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