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Lasagna

  1. pizza
    Lasagna Pizza Is the Food Mash-up America Needs Right NowLittle Caesars has answered our collective prayers.
  2. grub guides
    Where to Eat Soul-Warming Lasagna in New York City Right NowIt’s a scientific fact that lasagna is the best food known to man.
  3. Best of New York
    New York’s Absolute Best Iconic FoodsAfter some thorough research, we found that the upstarts trumped the classics, proving that innovation in the foodsphere can be a very good thing.
  4. Grub Guides
    14 Tricked-Out Lasagnas That Will Get You Through WinterPasta. Meat. Cheese. Warmth.
  5. Guest Chefs
    Legendary Italian Chef Hits Up Five Restaurants in Four HoursThe guy ate a lot, is what we’re saying.
  6. Summer Specials
    Cube Will Start a Lasagna Lab and Dessert Bar This Summer Instead of a PaperGuests will become guinea pigs for the cheese bar to test new menu items until September.
  7. Free Stuff
    Free Lasagna at Buca di BeppoIt’s National Lasagna Day, so the Italian chain is giving it away.
  8. back of the house
    Adam Platt on Best of New York: “It’s a Matter of Taste, Cutty!”Having pawed and pondered this week’s Best of New York issue endlessly, we knew that the only way we could possibly make up our minds about it was to pester Adam Platt into giving us his thoughts on why he made his picks, who he had to leave out, and what his reasoning was. Since Platt is always readily available on IM, the following chat answered our questions and made our peace with his picks.
  9. Mediavore
    Provence Chef Pink-Slipped; Pichet Ong to Open Cupcake ShopChef Lynn McNeely has been handed a pink slip after mixed reviews at the new Provence; no word on who the next chef might be. [Eater] Related: Provence Redux [NYM] Pichet Ong is opening a cupcake store next to P*ONG. “Vanilla, chocolate, yuzu and cinnamon will be my staples,” he says. “I want to add a little salt & spice to my take on them.” [Restaurant Girl] A tale of two bakeries under Health Department scrutiny: one, Magnolia, plays nice; the other, Delices de Paris in Park Slope, kicks back. Guess which one ends up closing. [NYO]