MIKESCHAIR recently released their self-titled debut CD, a unique pop sound mixed with rock guitars, electronic textures, and bass grooves blended with catchy, anthemic, sing-along choruses. It’s music that inspires action to change the world through love. The debut single, “Can’t Take Away” was immediately a top 5 hit.
In this week’s Cooking With Christian Music feature, Mike Grayson, lead vocalist for Curb Recording artist MIKESCHAIR, shares a recipe for lasgana. He said, it’s “[O]ne of my favorite things my mom cooks!!!”The idea of sharing food and music is at the heart of MIKESCHAIR. The band has created an outreach they call Mike’s Table, where they ask their fans to get actively involved in being the hands and feet of Jesus to feed the hungry. The band supports ministrlies like Love146, Food for the Hungry, and International Justice Mission. But you can hear them talk more about it in the video above. Right now, here’s Mike’s mom’s recipe for lasagna:Mike Grayson’s Mom’s Lasagna1 lb hamburger- brown and drain1 medium onion diced3-4 garlic cloves (whole)1 tbsp oreganosalt1 tbsp sweet basilpepper1 large can tomato sauce1 large can tomato juice (use half of the can)9 Lasagna noodles1lb cottage cheese2 eggs1 large pkg shredded mozzarella cheese.Parmesan cheese Combine first nine ingredients above and cook 1 hour. Let stand. Remove garlic cloves. Cook lasagna noodles according to package directions and drain.In a separate bowl combine 1 lb of cottage cheese and 2 eggs. Beat together with spoon. Put 3 noodles across on bottom of 9×13 pan. Cover with 1/3 of sauce.Spoon 1/3 of cheese mixture on top of sauce. Put 1/3 mozzarella cheese on top. Continue to layer noodles, sauce, cheese mixture and mozzarella until a total of 3 layers. Top casserole with parmesan cheese.Bake at 350 for approx 45-60 minutes until sauce is bubbling.For more about MIIKESCHAIR, visit their website
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