I went searching the other day for a good lasagna recipe. Someone tall and handsome has begun making frequent requests for said casserole lately, and after a quick search on the shelf in the kitchen I realized there was nary a receipt to be found (anyone else here read The Five Little Peppers as a child? No? You simply must. I insist.). After a quick online search I narrowed it down to a few I might like and then saw the name The Pioneer Woman (please read that with a big, thunderous voice). Ree Drummond (over at The Pioneer Woman) is amazing and so is this: The Best Lasagna. Oh, boy. It really is, especially served with baked potatoes, green beans, and cranberry/pecan zucchini bread. The only change I made was substituting deer meat for ground beef. Oh, and diced tomatoes for whole. Oh, well. I got relatively close.
This is a great recipe to divide into two dishes so you can freeze one. I did not do this because Mr. Chadwick has practically been begging lately to have lasagna, and I reasoned that with supper and lunches and supper again, it will probably be gone. It is, after all, soccer season for the Coach, and that a hungry man makes. Now, go ye unto thy kitchens and maketh this lasagna. It's great. You'll love it.