Thursday, July 17, 2003

So why didn't they serve it at Canterbury Hall?

Apparently, lasagna is a medieval British dish dating from the reign of Richard II. Of course, it didn't have tomatoes, which were discovered several centuries later, but it involved flat noodle things layered with spices. The Italian government is furious at losing another bit of cultural patrimony..

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