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The Lounge>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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scho63 03:00 PM 11-06-2018
My Mom, who wasn't Italian, made about a 8-9 layer lasagna. Everyone was impressed: neighbors, relatives, school mates, friends, etc.

Meat used, both ground beef and sweet Italian sausage, cheese, mozzarella, ricotta, Parmesan, home made red sauce, lots of garlic and oregano, and just incredible gooey cheese.
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BucEyedPea 03:01 PM 11-06-2018
Joke from that Chef's forum regarding the super sizing and other breeding of chickens for market.

Originally Posted by :
We were driving down a country road one day and a chicken ran past us.

I stopped and asked the farmer why the chicken ran so fast. He explained the need for more legs for the average family dinner. He had developed a breed that had three legs.

I asked him how do they taste?

He replied "I don't know I can't catch one."



https://cheftalk.com/threads/what%E2...chicken.67330/

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BucEyedPea 03:08 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by scho63:
My Mom, who wasn't Italian, made about a 8-9 layer lasagna. Everyone was impressed: neighbors, relatives, school mates, friends, etc.

Meat used, both ground beef and sweet Italian sausage, cheese, mozzarella, ricotta, Parmesan, home made red sauce, lots of garlic and oregano, and just incredible gooey cheese.
I've searching for a straight-sided lasagne pan that is deeper than a couple of inches. But they're hard to find—unless you're feeding an army. I want something smaller like 8X10 so I can bake three different kinds: Vegetarian (various vegetables) with Alfredo sauce topped with Bechamel sauce; Spinach and ricotta, topped with Mozzarella; My family's Meat/Sausage with Ricotta and topped with Mozzarella.

I thought 3" was pretty high without falling over or being too hard to handle without it falling apart. I would go 4" though. Did she have to put a stake through it to keep it up?



I bought this 3 lasagnes in one pan this summer but returned it as it was not per the height advertises and the walls were too tapered.

https://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Metal...agna+pan&psc=1

Then I found a place that can make custom pans. I might go there if I still wind up empty handed. There was a cake pan that was 3" high but it was aluminum which I won't cook with—though I could line it with parchment. It'd be easier to take out too. Maybe in a pinch.
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Fire Me Boy! 03:18 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
I've searching for a straight-sided lasagne pan that is deeper than a couple of inches. But they're hard to find—unless you're feeding an army. I want something smaller like 8X10 so I can bake three different kinds: Vegetarian (various vegetables) with Alfredo sauce topped with Bechamel sauce; Spinach and ricotta, topped with Mozzarella; My family's Meat/Sausage with Ricotta and topped with Mozzarella.

I thought 3" was pretty high without falling over or being too hard to handle without it falling apart. I would go 4" though. Did she have to put a stake through it to keep it up?



I bought this 3 lasagnes in one pan this summer but returned it as it was per the height advertises and the walls were too tapered.

https://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Metal...agna+pan&psc=1

Then I found a place that can make custom pans. I might go there if I still wind up empty handed. There was a cake pan that was 3" high but it was aluminum which I won't cook with—though I could line it with parchment. It'd be easier to take out too. Maybe in a pinch.
A little bigger than you're looking for, but would for your needs.

ExcelSteel 4-Piece Stainless Roaster with Cover, Rack and Spatula
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0053EZWL0..._KsG4BbH8CPBA8
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scho63 03:29 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
I've searching for a straight-sided lasagne pan that is deeper than a couple of inches.


This is fantastic!
:-)
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BucEyedPea 03:30 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
A little bigger than you're looking for, but would for your needs.

ExcelSteel 4-Piece Stainless Roaster with Cover, Rack and Spatula
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0053EZWL0..._KsG4BbH8CPBA8
Now, why didn't that come up when I was searching?

That's a nice pan. I must be going blind because I don't see the dimensions. I do have a roaster already, that I've considered but it's huuuuuuuge. I use it for holiday dinners with family. So it's like 1-2x year.

I see one on the bottom that has straighter sides. It's huuuuuuuuge though.

https://www.amazon.com/Spatula-Stain...6MG04K29EGPK61
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BucEyedPea 03:33 PM 11-06-2018
I am looking at that pan more closely and the interior ends where the handles fold-in, has n indent. They must think you won't make your lasagne to the top of the pan.
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BucEyedPea 03:35 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by scho63:


This is fantastic!
:-)
Yeah! That's the one I was looking at. Nice straight size; great depth. It's large but I would buy that if making it for a crowd or just a few with lots left to freeze afterwards. Not a bad price either.
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T-post Tom 03:38 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by scho63:


This is fantastic!
:-)
I'm hungry for lasagna. :-)
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RubberSponge 03:57 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by tooge:
How ironic that this comes from a guy that goes by RubberSponge
:-)
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RubberSponge 04:08 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
I hate thigh meat. I prefer white. Though when I make chicken meatballs I do use part thigh meat and white meat. It's disguised that way.
To each their own. I used to not like thighs but nowadays they just taste better than breasts to me.
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BucEyedPea 04:14 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by RubberSponge:
To each their own. I used to not like thighs but nowadays they just taste better than breasts to me.
Some men are leg men, other men are breast men...then others are butt men.
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Fire Me Boy! 04:38 PM 11-06-2018
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Now, why didn't that come up when I was searching?

That's a nice pan. I must be going blind because I don't see the dimensions. I do have a roaster already, that I've considered but it's huuuuuuuge. I use it for holiday dinners with family. So it's like 1-2x year.

I see one on the bottom that has straighter sides. It's huuuuuuuuge though.

https://www.amazon.com/Spatula-Stain...6MG04K29EGPK61
14.25 x 10.5 x 4
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BucEyedPea 04:59 PM 11-06-2018
Thank you FMB.
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cooper barrett 05:03 PM 11-06-2018
I'd look at that in person as I bet it is so thin it "pops" when heating up and cooling down.

Home Depot $21.62


Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Now, why didn't that come up when I was searching?

That's a nice pan. I must be going blind because I don't see the dimensions. I do have a roaster already, that I've considered but it's huuuuuuuge. I use it for holiday dinners with family. So it's like 1-2x year.

I see one on the bottom that has straighter sides. It's huuuuuuuuge though.

https://www.amazon.com/Spatula-Stain...6MG04K29EGPK61

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