Concerto for Violin No. 1 in D, Op. 6, by Nicolo Paganini
Hilary Hahn, violin; Swedish Radio Symphony, Eiji Oue, conductor
Deutsche Grammophon 7188
It's really interesting to see how much dishes can vary depending on the part of the country from which they originate. As explained on the Italian Chef Blog,
"There are several things that differentiate Lasagna Bolognese from the Southern Italian style Lasagna that is more familiar to Americans. The most noticeable differences are the use of Béchamel Sauce instead of ricotta cheese, and the absence of mozzarella–only Parmagianno-Reggiano cheese is sprinkled on each layer–which results in a more delicate lasagna."
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This week's recipes are underwritten by the Bloomfield Hills Long Lake Market.