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Old 08-01-06, 10:27 AM   #1
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Gimme your favorite lasagna recipes!

I wanna eat me some mother****ing lasagna!

I don't really need a whole recipe if you don't want to post it. But I'd like to know what that something special is that sets your favorite lasagna apart from the rest of the pedestrian garbage that your neighbor makes for the potluck every year...

And then after I get my lasagna merit badge, I'm gonna try for Tortellini.

Oh, yeah: Please.
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Old 08-01-06, 10:32 AM   #2
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STOUFFERS,easy prep, no mess, and flavorable
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Old 08-01-06, 10:34 AM   #3
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yep, I also go for allready made lasagna from my favorite Italian take out... the day I spend a couple hours over a hot stove has yet to come..
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Old 08-01-06, 10:34 AM   #4
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That is absolutly my least fav. of all dishes!=O
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Old 08-01-06, 10:37 AM   #5
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STOUFFERS,easy prep, no mess, and flavorable
Bah! No fun.

This is just one of the many skills I need to learn in order to fulfill my ultimate plan of finding a sugar mama and retire early. I hate working therefore I need to learn how to cook an ass-kickingly delectable lasagna. See?
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I guess I'm a "lasagna purist". Vegetables and stuff cooking in there just never turns out as well to me (hard to predict how watery it's going to get), and though I don't mind meat at all, I could take it or leave it.

That said, I used to make my own homemade tomato sauce for mine. I had a different red sauce for each kind of pasta - more basil and less garlic for lasagna, spicy for spaghetti and shrimp, extra garlic for plain pasta, etc. Can't wait to have time to cook like that again...
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rilly...lasagna rocks!
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I wouldn't mind hearing favorite fajita and queso recipes
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Old 08-01-06, 10:49 AM   #11
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Bah! No fun.

This is just one of the many skills I need to learn in order to fulfill my ultimate plan of finding a sugar mama and retire early. I hate working therefore I need to learn how to cook an ass-kickingly delectable lasagna. See?
ohh trust me, you dont need to learn to cook and clean to be worthy of marriage
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I must be a blaspheming threadjacker
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Old 08-01-06, 10:54 AM   #13
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ohh trust me, you dont need to learn to cook and clean to be worthy of marriage
Well... Not just any marriage. I'm talking about a sugar mama here. I'm talking about a mansion, a yacht, a pool with a waterfall, a mistress, a Richard Sachs handbuilt bike, and never having to do an honest day's work ever again.
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Well... Not just any marriage. I'm talking about a sugar mama here. I'm talking about a mansion, a yacht, a pool with a waterfall, a mistress, a Richard Sachs handbuilt bike, and never having to do an honest day's work ever again.
Wouldn't you worry about being an object lesson to religious conservatives?
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Bah! No fun.

This is just one of the many skills I need to learn in order to fulfill my ultimate plan of finding a sugar mama and retire early. I hate working therefore I need to learn how to cook an ass-kickingly delectable lasagna. See?

good luck with the sugar MAMA, but you could probbly find one in her sixties, whose husband left her alot of money, good luck there also


So you just want to be used toy?
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Wouldn't you worry about being an object lesson to religious conservatives?
Pfffft. I'll be too busy sipping a glass of Chateau Lafite 1787 on my private island to care.
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Old 08-01-06, 11:00 AM   #18
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good luck with the sugar MAMA, but you could probbly find one in her sixties, whose husband left her alot of money, good luck there also


So you just want to be used toy?
Sure. Why not?


EDIT: Forgot to add: The older the better.

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Old 08-01-06, 11:31 AM   #19
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Well... Not just any marriage. I'm talking about a sugar mama here. I'm talking about a mansion, a yacht, a pool with a waterfall, a mistress, a Richard Sachs handbuilt bike, and never having to do an honest day's work ever again.
ohhhh well my point is still the same, learning how to cook is not what you should be learning
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NOT the shrimp lasagne my aunt tried to make me "special" for my 13th birthday.

NOR the one my mom used to make where she would sneak cottage cheese in place of ricotta because it was cheaper.
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Sure. Why not?


EDIT: Forgot to add: The older the better.
It will be tough sledding until you're housebroken.
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Old 08-01-06, 11:37 AM   #22
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ohhhh well my point is still the same, learning how to cook is not what you should be learning
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It will be tough sledding until you're housebroken.
Like I previously mentioned, cooking isn't the only skill I'm working on...
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Old 08-01-06, 11:39 AM   #23
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NOR the one my mom used to make where she would sneak cottage cheese in place of ricotta because it was cheaper.
Gah! Okay, no shrimp or white, chunky puke in the lasagna. Any more pointers?
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Old 08-01-06, 11:54 AM   #24
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use good italian sausage. fresh ricotta, fresh basil, fresh garlic, several different kinds of cheese. parm, mozzarella, asiago or provolone. don't scrimp on the cheese. it's gotta scream "Heart Attack!" or it's not lasagna.
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good luck with the sugar MAMA, but you could probbly find one in her sixties, whose husband left her alot of money, good luck there also


So you just want to be used toy?
Hey where in Arlington are you? I use to be up north by cooper and green oaks.
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