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Old 12-16-2015, 08:15 AM   #11
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I have such a hard time getting DH to let things rest. He always asks "Is it tired?" No matter how early I make dinner, he wants to eat it the minute it comes out of the oven. I guess that's a compliment to my cooking, but it's annoying when the sauce from the lasagne runs all over the pan, or the meatloaf crumbles when he cuts it. Even if the sides aren't done yet, he will eat the meat by itself. Anyone have a straight jacket I can borrow? LOL
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Old 12-16-2015, 02:08 PM   #12
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I have such a hard time getting DH to let things rest. He always asks "Is it tired?" No matter how early I make dinner, he wants to eat it the minute it comes out of the oven. I guess that's a compliment to my cooking, but it's annoying when the sauce from the lasagne runs all over the pan, or the meatloaf crumbles when he cuts it. Even if the sides aren't done yet, he will eat the meat by itself. Anyone have a straight jacket I can borrow? LOL


I think that's a male thing!
the straight jacket is for me though
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Old 10-07-2016, 09:21 AM   #13
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[QUOTE=Aunt Bea;1447199]
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So Aunt Bea, would say 20 minutes be enough time to rest while I make the garlic bread do ya think?[/QUOTE?

20 minutes, 30 minutes, another glass of wine or two, it's all good!


I think you're right!
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Old 10-07-2016, 10:31 AM   #14
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BAHAHA! I just hope I have enough wine...
I wasn't sure what to get, so I have a bottle of white, a bottle of red
a six pack of regular as well as light beer... and DH doesn't drink; not sure what his buddy drinks, so... more for me
IMO, Lasagna falls solidly in the red wine category. Chianti preferable.

Too much going on for white. And too sweet for beer.
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IMO, Lasagna falls solidly in the red wine category. Chianti preferable.

Too much going on for white. And too sweet for beer.
The only thing to sweet for beer is ice cream. Beer pairs very well with any savory dish. IMHO of course.
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Old 10-09-2016, 02:55 PM   #16
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Any color wine you enjoy will be fine.
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Old 10-09-2016, 03:49 PM   #17
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Old 10-09-2016, 10:34 PM   #18
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yeah, I realized the other day, I am not a wine snob, or beer or any sort of adult beverage actually.
Red, white, rose, sparkling, cheap, expensive (free is best )...
served with fish, meat-red or white, pasta, dessert or all by it's self is okey-dokey by me!
I do prefer microbrew or homebrew beers as well as dark or full bodied beer.
I tried a new beer for me the other day out at lunch...
https://www.prescottbrewingcompany.c...54-achocolypse
oh my!
very rich and deep, I know that I could never drink more than one
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Old 10-14-2016, 06:29 PM   #19
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I don't think any lasagna I have ever made was harmed by too much cheese.
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Love lasagna, unfortunately have not found a recipe for one or two servings. But this thread reminds me of when, as a family of 4 kids, 2 adults, I would make it occasionally (time required and cheese $$ made it an occasional dish).

So I made it one day, took it from the oven to let it "rest". Went to the family room - the show they were all watching was about 10 minutes to finish - perfect! The lasagna was resting the garlic bread was wrapped in foil in the oven - perfect.
Show finished, we all went upstairs to eat. There was our German Shepherd standing on the table gulping down the last of the lasagna.

PB & J anyone? with garlic bread?
and how the .***. did she eat that HOT lasagna without blistering her tongue and throat!
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SOS HELP with Lasagna HELP!!! I have two pans of Lasagna that I put together yesterday, parked in the refrigerator until about an hour and a half before we serve. The directions on the Barilla Lasagna Noodles box directs to cook the cold pan for 60 minutes, but then for the "just made up pan" it says to bake covered for 20 minutes and then top with the last layer of cheeses.... So with that said, would I still add that last layer of cheese at the last 10 minutes? :blush: I've never cooked lasagna this way before... can ya tell? :wink: 3 stars 1 reviews
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