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I’ve pretty much given up on the possibility of chilly weather this holiday season. But that doesn’t mean I’m not embracing hearty and comforting fall recipes. This classic lasagna is absolutely delicious and relatively easy to make. Oh, and the recipe makes enough to feed a family of 12…or more. So just know that you’ll have a lot of leftovers if making the lasagna for yourself (like I did).

I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving full of good food, family and friends.

For more lasagna recipes, check out the two below:

Pumpkin, Turkey and Zucchini Lasagna

Eggplant Parmesan Lasagna

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I’m going to keep this short today, as I honestly can’t think of anything to say. We lost a wonderful and genuine person yesterday who will be truly missed.

Rest in peace, Mikey, you’ll always be remembered. Love always, ‘Stegler.’

“While we are mourning the loss of our friend, others are rejoicing to meet him behind the veil.” – John Taylor

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After I made mini pumpkin muffins the other day, I had about two cups of pumpkin puree leftover. Since I’m not one for wasting any food, I wanted to make something else with the pumpkin. My friend, Dana, recently made pumpkin lasagna, which she said turned out absolutely delicious. I decided to do the same, but used a different recipe. I chose Robert Irvine’s five-star pumpkin lasagna recipe on the Food Network website, but made a few alterations.

I figured the finished product had to turn out well when the separate components tasted delicious on their own, from the wine infused tomato sauce to the slightly sweet pumpkin and cheese filling to the turkey, zucchini, garlic and onion mixture. Irvine’s recipe calls for spicy Italian sausage, but I decided to use turkey to make the dish leaner.

After removing the lasagna from the oven, it was difficult to resist immediately devouring the entire dish—the aroma was tantalizing. I was not even worried about the risk of burning my tongue. Subtle, but still recognizable, the pumpkin flavor blended beautifully with the other ingredients, even the dash of cinnamon. With each bite, a plethora of flavors greeted the taste buds, both savory and sweet. I highly recommend making this dish!

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