This episode I’m sharing a traditional Italian lasagna recipe.
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  1. Thank you for watching. The ingredients are listed below. I had quite a bit of leftover pasta because I normally make it in a larger rectangular pan, serving 12 people (or five all having seconds). You could halve the pasta quantities if you plan on very delicate layers of pasta or add a bit more meat and another can of tomatoes to extend it for a bigger lasagna.

    1/2 cup cooked spinach
    4 3/4 cups 00 flour
    1 teaspoon salt
    4 eggs, 2 yolks
    1 tablespoon water
    half a bunch of celery
    2 large carrots
    3 small onions
    olive oil
    2 large sausages or 1 cup of pancetta finely chopped
    800g mince meat
    250ml white wine
    2 cans crushed tomatoes
    1 tomato can of water
    2 teaspoons salt
    90g butter
    2/3 cup flour
    1.5 litres milk
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon pepper
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    Parmigiano reggiano
    butter to grease pan

  2. I want a linen dress in that colour and lightness, like pistachio. Beautiful.

  3. I don't think I got it until just now watching this video. It's probably too late for me at this stage of my life, but it is a joy watching the two of you enjoying your life. Buona fortuna!

  4. The sheets of pasta hanging on the chair are like stained glass windows. ❤

  5. If you have time while your sister is visiting can you make a video about her philosophy of health. The foods she recommends.
    I’m a menopausal woman and I need all the advice I can get. ❤????

  6. Your lasagne was a work of art. Guido helping you was very sweet. I would love to have the little red gadget to grate my parmesan cheese. ❤

  7. Oh, Kylie my love is bigger for you! You know, I would like you to be my friend! You make me so happy! Love from Greece

  8. Thank you for another beautiful video. I watched it while folding a huge laundry basket, and it made me hungry!

  9. Thanks for sharing this romantic view in your Italian life. Just makes cravings for lasagna and the views in Tuscany. (:

  10. That is so beautiful to see you and your husband cook together and make a meal that looks so good ????

  11. There’s nothing more satisfying then the sound of baby giggling. ❤️

  12. What a lovely, fortunate life! It's lovely that you can be so productive but still live in the moment with joy.

  13. Kylie the introduction soundtrack set the mood perfectly. So lovely to hear your son laughing! He seems to be thriving! May God bless you and your little family! ❤ I.K.

  14. I was watching all the craziness that is going on in the world. It made me feel uncomfortably sad. Then I put on your video and I heard your baby laughing. Instantly I felt better. There are no babies in my home now. The laughter of children brings out optimism. Maybe tomorrow I'll visit a park.

  15. I don't know if there is a sweeter sound in all the world, than a baby laughing and the giggle of little girls.

  16. Such a treat to stumble across your latest video, and I LOVE lasagna! I have an intuitive sense for making/building things, but I’m without a clue in the kitchen. But your video made me think I could successfully make this myself. I especially liked the tip for making the paper thin pasta sheets. Most lasagna is too pasta heavy, but yours looks fantastically light. Can’t wait to try your recipe. And such a delight to finally see your sister. Enjoy the family time!!

  17. love love love !! everything in this video makes my soul sing….love from alberta????

  18. Oh that was delightful thank you for sharing yet another awesome recipe. Lovely to see the hapiness and hearing the giggles.❤

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