A Lasagna for the Perfect Friday Night

Welcome to the last Friday in July – National Talk in an Elevator Day, Systems Administrator Appreciation Day and Gnarly Day. One quick way to get all these Last Friday Days out of the way would be to have a gnarly conversation in an elevator with a systems administrator. Yeah, I’m not doing that.

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Lasagna, Lace Cookies and the 3rd Friday of Lent

Welcome to the third Friday of Lent. Depending upon your perspective, we are at the half-way mark. If you are only counting Fridays within the Lenten Season, there are 6. If you include Good Friday, there are 7.

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Sunday Supper ​Lasagna

Oh my, is it really the Second Sunday in January? Another week, and we’re half way through the first month of the New Year. Did you know that the second Sunday in January is National Sunday Supper Day? I know, seems like we’ve been having a lot of family suppers these past few years. Personally, I think that’s a good thing.

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Oh Look at Those Layers!

July 29 is a very busy National Day – everything from Chicken Wings to Lipstick Day. Add to that the last Thursday in July and you can include both Chili Dog Day and Intern Day. Lipstick Day is all about putting your best painted lips forward. All you lipstick fans can prance about wearing your favorite shade. While you might look fantastic in the kitchen, can’t think of a single recipe that involves lipstick, can you?

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Ellis Island Family History Day

Today is National Ellis Island Family History Day. Families are encouraged to trace their ancestry and get acquainted with relatives who may have immigrated by way of Ellis Island. From 1892 to 1924, Ellis Island served as an inspection station for millions seeking to migrate to America. It was the first Federal Inspection Station to uniform entry requirement. Before Ellis Island, states had their own rules and facilities to handle newcomers to America.

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Lasagna Alfredo Florentine

It’s Friday. Ever notice how every weekend begins on a Friday Night? That makes Fridays just a little special, don’t you think? Even a Meatless Friday can be something wonderful.

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Chicken and Italian Cheese Stuffed Lasagna Roll-Ups

Have you ever had a Lasagna Roll-Up? These things are awesome! Great for supper time, pretty as an appetizer or to serve up something different at your next pot luck. I’ve made Lasagna Roll-Ups using just an Italian Cheese filler, with Italian Sausage, a traditional meat filling and with today’s share, cooked chicken. Any cooked chicken will do, from last night’s left over roasted chicken to a rotisserie chicken from your local deli.

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Chicken and Italian Cheese Stuffed Lasagna Roll-Ups

Hi there everyone. How’s everything going? Before I get too deep in posting, let me take a moment to say thanks. Thanks for stopping by. Thanks for taking an interest in what I’ve written. Most of all, thanks for simply being.

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A Midsummer Night’s Delight – Lasagna with a Meaty Sauce and Mini Garlic Monkey Bread

Monkey Bread. Monkey Bread. What a fun thing to say. Monkey Bread.

Under normal circumstances I wouldn’t even dream of making Lasagna in the summer. I try to avoid anything that is baked in the oven, even for a short time. I try to avoid dishes that are heavy when it’s hot. Summer is a time for light meals, and lots of cooking outdoors.

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