Dear Visitor, Ciao!!!

Do you ever wonder how does real Lasagna taste?

No, it certainly is not like the one from Healthy Choice, and it's probably not like the one you ate recently at the restaurant. There is a slight difference between those types of Lasagna and the one made by a very Italian person, my roommate.

If you want to find out more about it, feel free to surf this Web site, which will teach you everything on how to make a real Italian-style lasagna.

But before that, let me first explain to you what Lasagna is.

Merriam Webster Online Dictionary defines Lasagna as "pasta in the form of broad ofter riffled ribbons" and "a baked dish containing layers of boiled lasagna, and usually cheese, a seasoned sauce of tomatoes, and meat of vegetables." This is both true. However, there is one secret ingredient not very much used in Lasagna across the United States, probably because it requires some extra effort to prepare it. More on that, how to prepare Lasagna and where it actually came from, on the pages of this Web site.

In a meanwhile, enjoy some of the Lasagna slides.