- large, flat, rectangular strips of pasta.
- a baked dish consisting of layers of this pasta, cheese, tomato sauce, and usually meat.
Origin of lasagna
Related Words for lasagnatortellini, ravioli, macaroni, spaghetti, linguine, gnocchi, fettuccini, rigatoni, shells, vermicelli, ziti, lasagna, manicotti, orzo
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Contemporary Examples of lasagna
The Boss even threw in an hour of guitar lessons, a lasagna dinner, and a ride in the sidecar of his motorcycle for good measure.Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, and Louis C.K. ‘Stand Up’ for Soldiers
November 6, 2014
Then there was the black bear, which chased her, and an industrial pan of lasagna, down a wooden path.Best Career Arc Ever: From Burlesque To Bartending
September 13, 2014
The city and its environs are where lasagna, tortellini, and Bolognese sauce—not to mention bologna—originated.Italy Plans a Disneyland for Foodies
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March 16, 2014
And 100 layers of lasagna at Del Posto is the most delicious pasta known to mankind!Culinary Kings-Turned TV Judges Cook Up Verdicts on Gordon Ramsay-Hosted MasterChef
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July 27, 2010
The recipe calls for “thynne foyles as pap,” or leaves of paste as thin as paper—in other words, lasagna noodles.5 Recipes for the Perfect Lasagna
February 24, 2010
Word Origin and History for lasagna
"pasta cut in long, wide strips; a dish made from this," 1760 (as an Italian word in English), from Italian (plural is lasagne), from Vulgar Latin *lasania, from Latin lasanum "a pot," from Greek lasanon "pot with feet, trivet."