A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from December 20, 2020
“‘Lasagne’ is French for ‘the sagne‘“

"Lasagne” (singular “lasagna") is an Italian word and not French, but some people think it means “la sagne/sagna,” or “the sagne/sagna.”

“Is Lasagna French for The Sagna?” was posted on Twitter by Andrew Hunt on February 28, 2012. “Lasagna is French for ‘The Sagna’” was posted on Twitter by Nick Nemeroff on April 30, 2012. “‘Lasagna’ is French for ‘The sagna’” was posted on Twitter by Hoops on May 8, 2016.

“Turns out i’m not having a fancy French dish called ‘La Sagne’ for dinner today, i’m having lasagne. Quorn. And tears” was posted on Twitter by @nd®é™ on October 28, 2012. “Made a lasagne, which is French for ‘the sagne’” was posted on Twitter by Former Fake Melania on October 20, 2020.


Wikipedia: Lasagne
Lasagne (US: /ləˈzɑːnjə/, UK: /ləˈzænjə/, Italian: [laˈzaɲɲe]; singular lasagna, Italian: [laˈzaɲɲa]) are a type of wide, flat pasta, possibly one of the oldest types of pasta.

Lasagne, or the singular lasagna, is an Italian dish made of stacked layers of thin flat pasta alternating with fillings such as ragù (ground meats and tomato sauce) and other vegetables, cheese (which may include ricotta and parmesan), and seasonings and spices such as garlic, oregano and basil.

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Andrew Hunt
@Mr_AndrewHunt
Is Lasagna French for The Sagna?
1:50 PM · Feb 28, 2012·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Nick Nemeroff
@nicknemeroff
Lasagna is French for “The Sagna”
9:41 PM · Apr 30, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

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@nd®é™
@AndreTheViking
Turns out i’m not having a fancy French dish called ‘La Sagne’ for dinner today, i’m having lasagne. Quorn. And tears.
12:04 PM · Oct 28, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

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[Flag of Kenya]
@_awesomekenyan
and NO sufferers , Lasagna isn’t French for ‘ The Sagna ‘
1:50 AM · Nov 16, 2012· Τwitter fοr iPad

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Cav
@CombatCavScout
Replying to @michaeljhudson
@michaeljhudson It’s French for “the sagna.”
5:04 PM · May 20, 2014·Twitter for Android

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Douglas McMillan
@Nerdfest
Did you know that the word “lasagna” is actually just French for “The Sagna”? #highschoolfrenchnotwasted
11:36 AM · Mar 9, 2016·Twitter Web Client

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Hoops
@Stewart42069
“Lasagna” is French for “The sagna”.
12:25 PM · May 8, 2016·Twitter for Android

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COWVID-20
@VladHammer
- Strange that you’d have a French dish in an Italian restaurant.
Waiter: What dish?
- Lasagna. *whispers to date* It means ‘the sagna’.
8:23 PM · Dec 5, 2016·Twitter for Android

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Madeline Peltz@peltzmadeline·Jul 29, 2019
lasagna

The Pumpkin Pies Dipshit
@ParSpec
Replying to @peltzmadeline and @adamsteinbaugh
I believe thats French for “the sagna”
9:36 PM · Jul 29, 2019·Twitter for Android

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Former Fake Melania
@OwlsEatMice
Made a lasagne, which is French for “the sagne”
2:43 PM · Oct 20, 2020·Twitter for Android

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carbsley
@carbsley
is lasagna french for the sagna
9:04 PM · Dec 20, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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