I Heart Lasagna

Alright, it’s lame. I admit it. But I had a finite amount of paint mixed, and it wasn’t going to last until tomorrow; it needed to go on the piece today before it dried on the table. So this is what I was able to pull off. Lasagna (jerusalem artichoke pasta, with ricotta, tomatoes, herbs, and smoked mozzarella.) And a really nice mesclun salad. And a bottle of the ever-awesome and love-inducing Pleiades XV, the gorgeousness of which makes me smile every time I open it. Just the other day I ordered some of the XVI, which was just released. I’m very excited to see if it can top the XV, which is the best ever. It’s just so damn yummy; there is literally nothing not to love about it. Ain’t love grand? (The official meal of this artificial holiday will take place tomorrow night.)

2 comments to I Heart Lasagna

  • Zoomie

    Wow, that looks great for something you threw together before the paint dried. I haven’t had lasagna in a long time – my recipe is all veggie and cheese. I’ll have to make that before summer arrives!

  • peter

    As John Kerry might say, “Who among us does not love lasagna, even though it’s a pretty lame Valentine’s dinner, yet still in all hearty and satisfying if lacking in romance and/or elegance, and if accompanied by a vegetable side dish, also healthy?”

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