This recipe has been in my family for three generations. In fact I think my mum still has the original hand written recipe of my grandma’s. 🙂 I know a lot of people claim the saying “not as good as mum’s” when it comes to eating, but with recipe I have to agree. Honestly, I have yet to find a lasagna that comes anywhere close to touching this recipe in yumminess. So far, those who have eaten it agree, or at the very least say it’s one of the best they’ve ever had. I hope you feel the same way, and really put some love into this “secret” family gem. 😉
The other night my parents invited me and my partner to dinner. The catch? I was cooking, lol. Not that I minded, I love to cook. The thing is, though my parents have a nice oven, they have a shitty breaker. A meal that should have taken me no more than an hour turned into two and half hours. 😦 I don’t know about you, but for me, when a recipe or cooking process is not going very well I feel like punching a wall, lol. I was worried that the meal wasn’t going to turn out right because of the issues I was having with the breaker. Imagine cooking noodles, or baking a meal, when the breaker doesn’t stay on long enough for things to get hot. 😛 In the end though, the meal turned out fine, great in fact. Yet another life lesson (that I seem intent on not remembering); Don’t panic, it’ll be alright.