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The Way You Should Actually Be Cutting Lasagna At An Italian Restaurant
At an Italian restaurant, there are quite a few faux pas to avoid, especially regarding pasta. It should never be cut into smaller pieces with a knife, even when eating lasagna.
When you're faced with lasagna's layers of pasta, meat, and cheese, instead of using your knife to cut it into bite-sized pieces, just slice into it with the side of a fork.
Using a knife to cut lasagna into a bunch of small pieces will often ruin its structural integrity, causing it to fall apart in a mess of meat, cheese, and pasta.
Rather than cutting into the lasagna all at once, use your fork to ready perfect bites one at a time while keeping the rest of your lasagna ingredients layered perfectly in place.