This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. My family eats much healthier than this nowadays, but I include this post for memories and history. I hope you enjoy the content!
Who would have thought?
Admittedly, as much as I enjoy Italian food, the classic dish of lasagna has never been one of my favorites. So when a bunch of us were getting together for a party and multiple people signed up for lasagna, I planned on having lots of room for dessert…ha.
When the night finally arrived and dinner was served, it was hard to resist trying a little bit of everything. I served myself some of someone’s lasagna…Um, was I just ravenous or was this the best lasagna I’d ever tasted?! I think “B”!
Several weeks later, having obtained a copy of the recipe from my friend Heather, I HAD to break out the really nice wedding Crockpot!
By the way, we are just about all unpacked! Thanks for sticking with me! I hope to be slightly more active on here again…
We had our first guests over a few days ago. Needless to really say on this particular blog, I LOVE feeding people. 🙂 Plus, it was my family so I was really looking forward to having them over. We’d only spent the last 8 months living in their basement, but I guess I wasn’t too tired of them! Nor they of us…heh.
Okay, all that to say – I plumb forgot to take final pictures. I was just chatting away with my mom, planning to play a freshly unpacked game with my dad and sister and I was very distracted!
You will need these ingredients:
|Chopped Onion (I used more than what the recipe called for just because I love it)|
|Ground Beef & Italian Pork Sausage (I used a little more than a pound of each)|
|S&P, Tomato Paste, Crushed Tomatoes|
|Lasagna, of course! I used half whole wheat and half enriched “regular”|
|And one of the best ingredients…Cheese!|
Like I said, I was too excited (or something…”spacey” comes to mind…) to take any more photos. Now you will just HAVE to make this easy recipe that, so far, everyone I know has enjoyed.
Click here for the printable recipe.