When I was in college, I had to take a combination psychology and sociology class for my scholarship. While the class was very strange and interesting, it wasn’t the most fun I ever had. The professors required (Maybe it was voluntary? I can’t imagine I would’ve volunteered if I hadn’t been forced) that we go to some sort of sociology conference that my university happened to be hosting.
When I got there, all of the vegetarian meal tickets had been taken. I was pretty reserved to the fact that I would just not get to eat all day, but during lunch I somehow got the waiter to either give me someone else’s vegetarian lasagna or to scrounge up an extra slice (Sorry if someone went hungry because I ate theirs!). That lasagna helped me tune out whatever socio-babble I definitely wasn’t going to understand and face plant into perfection. I kid you not, this was the best lasagna of my life. I’ve been searching for a lasagna even half as amazing ever since. Thinking about it, I half wonder if I was subjected to some sort of strange sociological experiment 😉
While this lasagna really doesn’t come close to that magical meal, it’s good in its own right. In fact, Josh raved about this. Seriously. He doesn’t rave. He shovels into his mouth and might say “yeah, it’s good” if I prod him hard enough. Apparently the secret to his taste buds involves Alfredo sauce, noodles, and Brussels sprouts.
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