The day is observed on the 29th of July every year. It is a way of appreciating the favorite Italian dish called lasagna. Even Garfield said, ‘Lasagna, nature’s perfect food!’ Lasagna is one of the oldest pasta recipes. Its origin goes back to the region of Emilia Romagna, in Italy. The first recipe for lasagna was published in The Liber de Coquina (The book of cooking/cookery), which is one of the oldest medieval cookbooks. The dish is prepared with various flat pasta sheets, covered with cheese and tomato sauce and many other ingredients. It is flavored with wine, garlic or onions. Various additions such as meat, vegetables and hamburgers and Italian sausage are done to the recipe of lasagna.
How to observe it?
Prepare your favorite lasagna recipe, whether it is from a cookbook or your grandma’s old recipe this makes your mouth water. The days of July are hot and humid and baking lasagna in your kitchen is for sure going to make it much hotter but I grantee you, it is worth the time and energy. Enjoy lasagna as dinner with your friends and family and capture your baking moments and share it with your social media friends. Share your recipe and get inspired by other recipes on the internet and try them out one day. You can also visit your favorite Italian restaurant in your neighborhood and try their lasagna to celebrate the day to its fullest.