May 22, 2010
|I have a compulsive tendency to deconstruct and eat things layer by layer, hmmm... [Photo Credit: NYMag.com]|
Hundred-Layer Lasagne:This genius plate of deliciousity was created by executive chef Mark Ladner of Del Posto restaurant in New York City (where Molto Mario is a partner).
"50 practically transparent sheets of handmade pasta, alternating with 50 layers of sauce (Bolognese, besciamella, and marinara). Each 80-portion pan has to go into the oven by 1:30 P.M. every day. Otherwise, it doesn’t have enough time to cool and coalesce by dinner and completely collapses when you try to slice it. It takes three kitchen stations and many hands to put it together. Skewers hold it in place while it sets. You need a special spatula to serve it."
—New York Magazine
I think I've died and gone to heaven. Me, and Garfield.
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