July 29 is one of the most cheesy and hearty food holidays of all – it’s National Lasagna Day!
This pasta dish, said to have originated in Greece but now characteristic of Central Italy, is made by combining rippled lasagna noodles, tomato sauce, and cheese in its simplest form. However, there are many variations that include different meats and veggies as well, so that carnivores and vegetarians alike can enjoy it.
Celebrate National Lasagna Day by gathering your close friends and family for a homemade lasagna dinner. Try this easy and delicious recipe from The Pioneer Woman, complete with step-by-step instructions.