The German design firm, Korefe, has generated a lot of buzz in
the food world with the first edible
cookbook. The book is made of pasta sheets that have a
lasagna recipe directly printed on them. The pages go into a baking
dish, are slathered with cheese and tomato sauce, and then popped
into the oven.
While perhaps solving the cookbook storage problem, we have to
say we're not wild about this idea, nor do we imagine many of our
members are. After all, this is a community that treasures its
cookbooks. While we may be accused of devouring cookbooks, we're
more nurturing than to do so literally.
For those of you who are inspired by this story, but also want
to be less avant garde, here is a great
traditional recipe for lasagna from one of our most popular
chefs, Marcella Hazan (courtesy of Epicurious).