The girls literally spent all day cooking. The morning started off with canning stewed tomatoes and we ended the evening with two lasagnas that are made to please.
Lasagna #1 used up one of the many butternut squashes growing in our garden, and we took care of the remaining basil that my sister had been growing as well. This is a recipe from Food Network's Giada de Laurentis (one of my favs) that I have made once before. Like most lasagnas, its one that gets better in the fridge overnight for lunch the next day.
Lasagna #2 is an ooey gooey pan of artichokes and sun dried tomatoes. My sister found the recipe through Pinterest. We substituted the mozzarella for pepperjack. That was a good move. Just a little kick in the layers really added to the dish. We also cut down just a little on the cream cheese. It's a super rich supper.