Sunday, March 31, 2013

The Most Amazing Lasagna-Labour-Of-Love

As you may have guessed based on the title of this post, this lasagna is not a quick one. It requires several hours of your time. But I promise you - if you follow all the steps, you will have a lasagna that will make people swoon. Maybe even cry. But they definitely won't be hungry. You can definitely make it over a couple days if you can't afford to slave (for love) in the kitchen for a 1/2 day. If you do want to break it up, make the bolognese in advance. The rest, do day-of. If you're ready to be blown away by a meal, read-on:

Gruyere, Thyme and Rosemary Biscuits

As I've said before, it's not often the urge to bake strikes me. But on this Easter weekend, it did. I love bread - of any kind. Croissants. Bagels. Brioche. Baguette. Scones. Sourdough. Anddddd ... biscuits. Because I don't have a lot of patience for the multi-step process often associated with baking, I set out to find a simple biscuit recipe - and then made some modifications. Baking is a pretty precise practice, so I didn't muck with things too much. I suggest you don't, either. Here, the recipe (with my guesstimate additions):