16 responses

  1. Adele
    August 26, 2008

    Awww, that photo is priceless. W is closer to the ground, so the floor and under the table are in his world, while the table top and counters are our world. I love it!

  2. Dana
    August 26, 2008

    You can call me vegetable lasagna anytime! And, if you form a band, I’ll play the cowbell or mop up afterwards if I can eat a slice of this fantastic looking entree as my reward.

  3. A
    August 26, 2008

    Once a week we should all eat under the table with the dogs………come to think of it I could make a meal out of what I find under there!

  4. Matin
    August 26, 2008

    I love anything involving roast vegetable and your lasagne looks great, the photos are cool too:-)
    X M

  5. robyn
    August 26, 2008

    Maybe you should let W take the dinner pics everyday for awhile. It could be “W’s World”.

  6. Cory
    August 26, 2008

    OMG! This looks sooooo great!
    Julie I gotta say, if I can ever cook half as great as you do, I’ll be very happy. Then, I’ll have to work on the photography aspect as well. Your photos always look so great.

  7. maplesugar
    August 26, 2008

    WOW! Those pix have me drooling lol. Any chance you want to adopt us? j/k Looks beautiful Julie. I think I know what we’re having for dinner tomorrow – lasagna is perfect for the cooler weather.

  8. Pat
    August 27, 2008

    I have been making a spinach, artichoke lasagna that has been a real hit. Can’t wait to try your recipe.
    My cheese never looks that delicious!

    When I cook eggplant, I salt it and let it sit to get rid of the bitterness; is it necessary to do that for this recipe?

  9. JulieVR
    August 27, 2008

    Yes you could absolutely do that, and then wipe off the excess salt, but it’s not necessary. It draws out excess moisture too. I generally don’t bother (laziness) and don’t usually notice! The younger eggplants tend to be less bitter (just like people), and those long, thin Japanese eggplants tend to be more bitter, I think.

  10. Sue
    August 27, 2008

    I love your food pictures too. On 2 separate vacations this summer I took pictures of my food! One was a can of beans cooking over a fire at our campsite and it turned out amazing. The second was a tray of sandwiches and two Ceasar drinks, outside on a little table in the sunshine.
    You’ve inspired all of us to take pictures of our food!

  11. Jen
    August 28, 2008

    Taking pictures of food is the first step to compulsive food-blogging. It happened to me! What is it about photographing food that seems to just capture the essence of a moment? I’m going to do a post soon on a vegan moussaka I made with a similar technique to this. I love the thinly sliced vegetables!

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    thank you

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