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Lasagna (to-go) close to I83

BaltimoreCooks Sep 21, 2008 08:00 AM

Where is the best place to get lasagna (traditional or otherwise) between downtown Baltimore and Cockeysville? I'd like to get some carry-out on Saturday evening in order to serve it for lunch at my home on Sunday (15 people).

Thanks for any ideas you can share.

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    sas RE: BaltimoreCooks Sep 21, 2008 08:27 AM


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      JRCann RE: BaltimoreCooks Sep 21, 2008 08:39 AM

      Last time I tried it, Graul's was fairly good. It's been a while since I got a carry out lasagne... it's so simple to make I wouldn't bother! You can fix a couple of cassaroles up a day or two ahead and put in the oven on the day your guests arrive. I make my own "gravy" (the red stuff) but store bought works well and today their are par-boiled lasgne noodles available so no fuss to assemble and bake!

      1. Dmnkly RE: BaltimoreCooks Sep 21, 2008 03:53 PM

        I feel like this is all I ever write about anymore, but Piedigrotta Bakery in Little Italy makes some mighty fine lasagne that you can carry out and heat. It's one of my favorite lazy night dinners. For that many people, I'd give them a call ahead of time to make sure they'll have enough.

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          elgringoviejo RE: Dmnkly Sep 21, 2008 06:18 PM

          Piedigrotta is your best best. They may not be the cheapest, but they are the best.

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            thecheeseisblue RE: Dmnkly Sep 23, 2008 09:17 AM

            MMMmmm, and pick up some dessert while you're there.

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            MDicecreamguy RE: BaltimoreCooks Sep 21, 2008 08:46 PM

            Fazzinis in Cockeysville

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