by FN Dish Editor in Contests, October 28th, 2011
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 11th, 2011
Just in time for the Thanksgiving season, we’re giving away Rachael Ray’s Orange Lasagna Lover and matching Bamboo Spoonula. Melt cheesy lasagna, crisp a cobbler, serve a tray of tacos or use it as your fruit bowl — it’s that versatile.
You can buy one right now, but we’d like to give you a chance to win one. All you have to do is comment on this post by telling us which one of Rachael’s Thanksgiving recipes is your favorite and why. We’re giving away one orange Lasagna Lover and Spoonula to one randomly selected and very lucky commenter.
— Dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer- and oven-safe to 500 degrees F for convenience and versatility. The glazed interior is nonporous so foods won’t interact.
— Extra-wide handle holes allow you to get a good grip from any angle.
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by Maria Russo in Recipes, July 29th, 2011
If you’re looking to keep your kitchen cool this summer, but don’t want to miss out on your favorite pasta dishes like lasagna, try experimenting with no-cook noodles. Becoming tender with just a drizzle of water inside a foil pouch, you can layer with whatever sauces, cheeses, meats and veggies you like.
Get the recipe for: Grilled Lasagna
Browse more of Food Network’s grilling recipes for summer.
Just in case you need a reminder and haven’t had your calendars marked since this time last year, today is National Lasagna Day: a day when flat noodles, cheese and tomatoes meld into one heavenly stacked and saucy dish. The recipes below feature the best lasagna has to offer, with classic ingredients, new flavor combinations and, of course, the ease and simplicity of weeknight summertime cooking.
Just when you think you’ve already grilled everything you possibly can, Food Network Magazine introduces Grilled Lasagna (pictured above). No-cook noodles make for a completely stove-less dinner, as they become tender with just a drizzle of water inside a convenient foil pouch. Use this recipe as a starting point, and later fill your lasagna with whatever sauce, cheese and veggies you like.
More lasagna recipes after the jump »