Lasagna Bolognese from Bon Appetit

Layers and layers and layers of cheesy, tomato-y, and noodle-y goodness are the focus of this weekend's recipe list, which is all about lasagna. The flat, sheeted pasta is said to have originated from the Greek 'laganon,' a flat sheet of pasta that was cut into strips, while another theory posts that it comes from the Greek 'lasana,' which loosely translates to 'cooking pot,' referring to the dish in which lasagna was prepared. As you may have guessed, lasagna originated in Italy and is typically made with alternating layers of pasta, sauce, cheese, and hopefully meat and veggies. Whether you prefer a vegetarian version or the classic meaty casserole, there's really no wrong way to make lasagna.

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