charming self. The last restaurant I went to I cannot bring myself to write about as the romaine was brown on the edges. The
place, which will remain nameless, was incidentally packed to the gills last Thursday. I was really expecting more. Such is life.
Thankfully, the Byerly's Cookbooks will never steer you wrong. Which brings me to The Great Lasagna Debate. It seems everyone I know (except for parents who I could serve Swanson's TV dinners and they would treat me as if I were Julia Child) has a opinion on how to make lasagna. Two of the main ingredients are always subject to debate. Sausage vs. hamburger & ricotta vs. cottage cheese. As a foodie, I go both ways. But one thing I've not tried is Chicken Lasagna. And good as that recipe looks in the book, I found that you can sub sausage or hamburger and the outcome is phenomenal. So I'm not going to wager in on the debate. To each his own. But if you ever need a relatively easy recipe for Lasagna, try it. Substitute if you feel necessary.