Friday, 29 July 2016

National Lasagna Day- July 29th 2016

Good Morning and Happy Friday Foodies, hope you've all had a great week.... Regardless of how your week is been, just THANK GOD ITS FRIDAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY :-) :-)



Today 29th July marks National Lasagna day, I found the below Lasagna Food facts on Foodimentary.com and thought to sahre with you. So wherever you are, lets celebrate this glorious day together :-)

  1. Lasagna is made with either flat noodles or rippled noodles. Rippled noodles are common in southern Italy but rarely used in Northern Italy. Rippled noodles are also popular in the United States.
  2. The word lasagna originally referred to the pot in which the dish was cooked rather than the food itself as it does today. In fact, it is believed by some that the word is derived from the Greek word for “chamber pot” (lasanon).
  3. The plural of lasagna is lasagne. In Italy, the plural form, lasagne, is always used when referring to lasagna.
  4. The word lasagna originally referred to the pot in which the dish was cooked rather than the food itself as it does today. In fact, it is believed by some that the word is derived from the Greek word for “chamber pot” (lasanon).
  5. The Forme of Cury, a 14th century cookbook that was the first to be published in England, featured lasagna.
  6. Lasagna is often called “losyns” in Middle English.- (source-foodimentary.com)

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