My lasagna brings all the boys to the yard.

Just in case you were wondering, my lasagna brings all the boys to the yard.  Milkshakes?  Not so much.  Lasagna?  Heck yeah!

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Bring in the Boys

They say the fastest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.  If that’s true, then Kevin’s 100% smitten.  (recipe coming soon-ish)

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The Money Shot

His birthday is this week, so on Friday I made him food presents.  We had another couple over for dinner, wine and dessert.  Ooooooh the dessert!

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Come to Mama!

More on that tomorrow…

Saturday was pretty chill.  We did a little shopping and a little boating.

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We only have so many more weekends of boating season, so we’re trying to make the most of it.  I must say, I’m impressed with our efforts.  On the other hand, I’m not so impressed with our walk streak.  Daily afternoon/evening thunderstorms put a damper on that.  (no pun intended)

We tried to get a walk in yesterday (you know, to burn off the lasagna and dessert), but my legs had at itchy flare-up.  After doing lots of my own research, I believe it’s called exercise-induced anaphylaxis.  It doesn’t happen often, but it’s soooooo frustrating (and painful)!

Oh well, I’m going for a quick run this morning, so hopefully it won’t happen again today.

 

  • I prefer homemade lasagna to restaurants; what do you prefer to eat at home?
  • Anyone else have the itchy-leg thing?  (hopefully not!)

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12 Responses to My lasagna brings all the boys to the yard.

  1. I get itchy legs when I run outside in the cold weather (mainly when I go from hot to cold conditions). IT DOES hurt and burn! Yuck.
    Great looking lasagna. I always prefer homemade.

  2. Your lasagna looks fabulous! I prefer homemade over restaurant lasagna too. Also, I almost always prefer homemade stir fries!

  3. One of my friends has that exercise thing, and she has to have an epi-pen as hers is quite serious. So be careful.

    I think pasta is nicer at home too- often it is so oily from a restaurant.

  4. I think that I would want ANY pasta dish to be homemade. I’m not even sure why, but I have never even gone to a restaurant and ordered a pasta/italian dish.

    That dessert looks amazing.

  5. That is so funny cuz my lasagna also brings all the boys to the yard tooo :) no seriously :) hehe I love lasagna

  6. Always homemade. I don’t know if I’ve ever actually ordered it at a restaurant? For some reason, I rarely order pasta at restaurants because it’s something I can easily make myself… weird, I know.

  7. Love those dishes the dessert is served in. Too cute! I’m excited to see this recipe. Please tell me it is fat free, sugar free, and contains a measly 20 calories a serving?? ;-)

  8. Hahaha, I think Mama Smart would feel the same way about HER lasagna. I haven’t made any in SO long, but there was a vegetarian lasagna I adapted from Paula Deen (of all people) a few summers back that was AWESOME. I just saw a recipe today that used quinoa and sliced zucchini that also sounded pretty darn amazing…

  9. I’m still laughing at the title.

  10. I will admit that lasagna looks pretty damn good :)

  11. Ha, the title is awesome BECAUSE i went to this place today and they actually played this song, and I thought to myself “wow, I haven’t heard this song in AGES” and then there you go, using it in a title! haha do you work at that radio station or something? ;)

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