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The picture above is an italian ragù of which there are 12 different types as listed by the Italian Cooking Academy (l'Accademia Italiana Della Cucina). By far, the most popular of all is ragù Bolognese, otherwise known as Bolognese sauce or meat sauce. It's important to distinguish the difference between a ragù and a meat sauce in this case however. Lasagne is made using a ragù where the meat (70%-80% of the content) outweighs the tomato whereas a meat sauce is a tomato-based sauce that…

Stuffed Salisbury steak. Fornetto. http://fornetto.com/blog/the-many-facets-of-minced-meats-part-1/

Stuffing for stuffed Salisbury steak. Fornetto. http://fornetto.com/blog/the-many-facets-of-minced-meats-part-1/

Parisian potatoes baking in the Fornetto. http://fornetto.com/blog/the-many-facets-of-minced-meats-part-1/

Delicious Char Siu pork ribs from the Fornetto. http://fornetto.com/recipes/chinese-char-siu-ribs/

Cheesy zucchini and eggplant stacks. http://fornetto.com/recipes/really-no-meat/

The béchamel you'll need for making lasagne. Check out the recipe on the Fornetto site! http://fornetto.com/recipes/lasagnae-from-the-fornetto/

Delicious lasagne from the Fornetto. Check out our lasagne on the Fornetto site. http://fornetto.com/blog/lasagna-or-lasagne/

The ingredients you'll need for making lasagne in the Fornetto. http://fornetto.com/recipes/lasagnae-from-the-fornetto/

Lasagne from the Fornetto. Simply delicious! Cheesy goodness from the Fornetto. Check out our lasagne on the Fornetto site. http://fornetto.com/blog/lasagna-or-lasagne/