Update: Such terrific guesses from our commenters, but no one had the correct answer to this week's "Whare Am I Eating?" question. A rare example of stumping our savvy readers. The lasagna pictured here is the Lasagna Supreme served with soup or salad and bread at Sutera's Italian Restaurant.
Original post: To celebrate National Lasagna Day last month, a friend and I stopped for dinner at a small, independently owned restaurant for a slab of the popular dish. There are three variations of lasagna served at this restaurant, and we ordered the most expensive, which is prepared with both Italian sausage and ground beef and baked like a casserole in a white china dish blanketed with a thick layer of bubbly hot mozzarella.
"This is less like lasagna," announced my friend, poking his fork into the mildly seasoned marinara, "than a truck-stop casserole. It's very Americanized."
So, which local restaurant serves this dish?