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    Congratulations on both, the baby and the perfectly cooked lamb

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    I made this the other day.I make lasagna about once every three years or so. I either make this one or a Wild Boar, Portabello and goat cheese lasagna. This time I made a Free range, grass fed bison lasagna. I made the noodles, the buffalo mozzarella and the buffalo ricotta. The ricotta was seasoned with fresh arugula, sea salt, black pepper, nutmeg and a bit of olive oil. The Bison was cooked with smoked paprika, red chili flakes , garlic, onions, black pepper, fresh oregano and thyme. I also added some heirloom tomatoes and homemade tomato paste. I browned it and then added a nice bottle of
    Brunello di Montalcino 2007 Tenute Silvio Nardi and some fresh cream. I brought it all to a simmer and cooked it down until the liquid was reduced by half. I began to build my layers and then finished with the homemade buffalo mozzarella and topped off with Grana Padano . I baked it in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour covered and then turned the oven up to 425 for 15 minutes uncovered to brown. Let sit for 45 minutes to and hour to set. Then slice. It will still be plenty hot. serve with a little tomato sauce and a salad if you want.
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    And you end up with 15 layers of goodness.
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    Actually, 18 layers. I forgot I had some homemade pancetta in there also
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    That looks delicious Son!!! I just had lunch and now I'm hungry again!
    Huw
    In order to make delicious food, you must eat delicious food. Jiro Ono

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    That looks amazing.

    Last time my wife made lasagna she layered it all up, cooked it and upon serving it realized she forgot the noodles.

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    Trying to use sumer ingredients while I still can -

    Classic Watermelon & Feta Salad - Goats milk Feta, Kalamata, Chilies, Mint, Scallion, Olive Oil

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    Pan Roast Bass/Fresh Corn Cake/Smoked Tomato Jam/Scape Pistou/Micro Mustard Greens


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    Son - that lasagna looks fantastic!

    Easy - nice work. I make a similar salad minus the olives but add tomatoes. I like the chili idea too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    And you end up with 15 layers of goodness.
    looks killer Son. If you make it again any time soon , I'm coming in.

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    Made yellow broth and no knead bread. Lightly smoked a pork tenderloin with apple wood. Slice and had on the bread with pickles, tomatoes and a cilantro jalapeno sauce. In full disclosure, I only made the yellow broth, bread and smoked the tenderloin.

    Yellow broth is one of my favorite soups out of the Soup Bible cook book and the no knead bread had much more oven spring this time which I enjoyed.






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