Where to find the best lasagna in Los Angeles

This week's recommendations include three lasagnas to try now. You can also order pans of lasagna for the holidays.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 19, 2022
My colleague Jeff Amlotte makes excellent lasagna. It’s in the vein of the 9 x 13 pans my mother used to make, heavily sauced noodles with curly edges, a filling of ricotta cheese and plenty of melted mozzarella on top. It’s deeply satisfying, and...
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