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April 27, 2011


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

We can't thank you enough for this wonderful class! People are still raving about the lasagna, and one of our students is making it with a group of her daughter's friends next month. I couldn't imagine a more delicious way to support Drop In & Decorate!

Ted Chaloner

It was delicious and fun. The ricotta was especially yummy.


Of course, the class sold out very quickly! I could fill another class with my friends. Their mouths water when they hear me describe how fun and delicious it is. Thanks!

Symptoms Of Fatty Liver

I'm all over this. This lasagna looks DELICIOUS!



1. The sauce goes below the pasta at the bottom? I did not know that! I've never made Lasagna, precisely because it looks like a lot of work.

2. Wasn't it a lot of work to make the cheeses from scratch?


Bishop 22 - Just a little sauce on the bottom, just to keep everything from sticking. Yes, it’s a lot of work to make everything from scratch, but it is so worth it.

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