No, not lasagna that’s been sitting around for a few days.
Lasagna made out of other things that have been sitting around a few days!
Well, not quite that, either, but I did have a few bits and pieces in the fridge that needed using up: a little stub of turkey sausage given to me when I visited Lismore Colony, a few bits of chicken from one roasted on New Year’s, and some random small chunks of goatmilk feta and pepper jack.
Added to those, home-canned tomato sauce simmered with part of an onion and a whole lotta garlic, plus a package of thawed roasted summer veggies.
It just hit me this afternoon that I needed the comfort of lasagna–a food I was known to eat ridiculously huge quantities of when I was little (seven helpings in a sitting, once). It’s not traditional, but it sure tastes good.
There aren’t going be leftovers of this dish lying around in a few days!