Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Lasagna for Breakfast

This was the first time I tasted my own meat lasagna.

And you know what? It was yummy.

17 comments:

  1. And this is the first time you've tasted your own meat lasagna because. . . ? It looks fabulous. How could you resist?!

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  2. Hi MG: I was a Veghead most of my life. But, I'd make Tim meat filled foods all the time. Never tasted this one until this week.

    I'm learning all new things about cooking, now that I eat meats.

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  3. Oh yum yum yum! I'm starving now!

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  4. Hi Talli: Nice to see you. I'm headed off to work, tons of snow, so I'm leaving early. Got all my pizzelles wrapped and ready to give to the coworkers.

    Have a great day. Thanks for joining. I'll be by later tonight and get signed up for your blog as well. Until then, have a most excellent day.

    Happy Eating & Happy Writing :-)

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  5. That's an awesome breakfast!

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  6. Hi Ivy, things are good here, a cold southerly has hit with some much needed rain. It is a nice change from the hot days. Oh that breakfast looks yummy, your man is very lucky to have a great cook like you. I bet your co-workers love you too with all your treats. :o)

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  7. I love homemade lassagna, maybe a little salad, some garlic bread, a glass of wine...

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  8. Hi Holly: Yes, it was all warm and good.

    Hey Niki: Great to hear from you. Hope little Nano is doing well. Glad to hear you got some well-needed rain.

    Hello Lemmiwinks: I'm new to eating meat lasagna but it was good.

    Hi There, mshatch: Love salad. Oh ... garlic bread. Mmmmm.

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  9. LASAGNA FOR BREAKFAST? Can I come live with? PURTY PLEASE. What are pizzelles?

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  10. What's a pizzelle griddle? Eh?

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  11. There you go again, making us all hungry and envious!

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  12. That looks really good, I love that you can see the actual layering. :) Really cool! Lasagna is actually my twin boys' favorite, so I have collected quite a few lasagna recipes already. They never seem to get tired of it, we rarely miss a week without it.

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  13. I've never tried lasagne for breakfast. I've eaten cold curry, it's not as if I'm a cereal purist ;)

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  14. Hi Robyn: Sure, come on by. We have plenty to eat. A pizzelle is an Italian Christmas cookie. More like a waffle thin crisp kind of thingy. Though some make theirs thick and softer.

    Hi Christian: As soon as Scotty fixes that darn teleporter, I'll send you a slice along with a dozen pizzelles.

    Hey Elaine: I never had cold or warmed curry. But now a days, I'm eating all kinds of new foods.

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  15. Hey - isn't there supposed to be a recipe attached???? :)

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  16. It's just a hot sausage and regular hamburg, mixed with homemade red sauce and three cheeses. Mozzarella, Parmesan and ricotta. Because I didn't have any of my homemade pasta, I used the no boil box. Not too bad in a pinch.

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