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Old 01-21-2011, 06:56 PM   #11
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I would be using a thermometer and checking for temp when they reach the time for one. I'm not sure how much longer they would need to cook.
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I don't know what brand lasagna you are using but the Stouffers has the time for cooking two on the back of the box, it's about 15-20 minutes longer if memory serves. Hope that helps.
Both of these are good advice. I would allow about 20 minutes extra for the second lasagna, but at the normal time I would start checking for temp (around 160 F).

I hope it all goes well!
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Old 01-21-2011, 07:28 PM   #12
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I would consider cooking them ahead and quickly reheating them if you have an oven at the reception hall. Lasagne holds its heat well, so you could get them ready an hour beforre and then pop them in the oven on a lower temp about half an hour before they are to be served. I wouldn't worry about them being piping hot for dinner time. Warm to hot is probably fine.
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Already so many great ideas for you. I just love what you are doing. So many people spend so much money on the wedding day, when the important thing is all of the years to follow as a happy couple. Have a great time with the bride and groom. Give them my best wishes, and may they still be like newly weds after 30 years like my husband and I are!
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Old 02-01-2011, 01:18 PM   #14
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Just wondering...how did the wedding go?
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