Just like the earth, lasagna at its core is just layers of meat, pasta, and red sauce that is topped with a cheesy crust. Have your science lesson and eat it too with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of take-and-bake lasagna, salad, and more at Lasagna’s On Ya.
After 10 years of savory research and development, Lasagna’s On Ya preps fresh house-made lasagna, salad, and artisan breads on a daily basis for quick and delicious home-baked family meals. Choose from five lasagnas including the classic combination of meat, cheese, and hearty red sauce ($9.99–$45.99), the Tuscan chicken variation layered with chicken, bacon, and house-made pesto sauce ($11.99–$48.99), and a vegetarian feast chock-full of broccoli, carrots, and zucchini ($9.99–$45.99). Salad selections include caesar, garden, and italian ($3.99 small, $6.99 large), and sauce-soaking baguette squeegees come in small ($1.99) and large ($2.99) sizes. Each cheese-smothered dish is available in four sizes that serve 2–12 mouths and can be purchased as a meal replete with a salad kit, freshly baked bread, and choice of beverage, such as a 2-liter of soda ($2.49) or a caffeine-rich frappuccino ($2.49).
Make it a true American-size Italian feast with locally made made-from-scratch tiramisu ($3.99) or declare dinner allegiances to dairy with a fresh slice of cheesecake ($2.99). Gluten-free and life-size lasagna statues of famous Italians are also available upon request.
Lasagna's On Ya
After making countless lasagnas for their seven children over the years, Lasagna's On Ya owners Dan and Jennifer Shorts decided to bring their homemade specialty dish to the public. Each day, they prepare several types of lasagna--from the Classic Lasagna with rich marinara sauce to the Mushroom and Meat with Homemade Alfredo Sauce--and design you-build-it varieties for customers from scratch, tailoring lasagna to be lactose- or gluten-free upon request. Featured for their award winning tiramisu by The Spokesman-Review, these take-and-bake meals pair with salads, artisan breads, and rich desserts that leave a sweeter taste in your mouth than eating Shirley Temple postage stamps.