The remains of dinner…

Well, everyone who knows me knows I love Lasagna.  So, for the past little while, as part of the dinner preparations for our little group, I have been creating my favorite meal.

Feeding 10 people 3 meal a day is a lot of work, usually covered by Tony or Erin. I usually cover the dishes afterwards, since our rule of thumb is that if you cook, you shouldn’t have to clean. Tonight is my night off from the dishes!

I made a double batch. Here is what was left by the ravening hordes:

Reminders of dinner
Reminders of dinner

This is the fourth double batch Lasagna I have made. Most of the kids came back for (kid sized) third servings, and I’m sure JS would have kept going if we let him.

 

Anya should be visiting tomorrow, so we will save some for her. She can comment after she has had a taste.

 

I used the Clueless in the Kitchen cookbook’s recipe, doubled so we can actually feed 10 people. The only changes I made were to add a grated potato to the carrots (also grated), plus some basil with the oregano. The cheese was all goats milk based cheeses, making this safe for E, who pukes on contact with processed milks and cheeses made from same. That would have been a sorry waste!

I wonder if this would have been Kendra safe too?!?

(My first try at posting this from my phone failed, I’ll have to try that again, on some other post.)

Good night, from a well fed Scott.

 

4 thoughts on “The remains of dinner…”

  1. Heehee! Subscription success! I received a handy dandy email notification of a new stinging nettler entry.
    As I read, I thought “boo! I missed lasagna night,” but nay, peoples who love me are saving me a slice. D-E-lightful! Now to test if it’s still there when I arrive after kidlet bedtime tomorrow 😉
    Can’t wait to see everyone!

  2. Oh Scottkins!

    I think the lasagna was a hit. It is interesting to read about your collective adventures. If Jon, the girls and I make it west sometime in the next few years we will definitely have to come and visit. I’m looking forward to reading more about your group plans and adventures.

    With love from Ontario!
    Sam the elder

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