Hi Lasagna Lovers!
I thought it might be helpful for me to have a list of frequently asked questions to review before you placing an order with Send A Friend Lasagna. This will be what I like to call a working list – so as questions come up; I’ll be sure to update it and you!
Inside 465 (Indianapolis) green area on the map. $10 delivery fee
Outside 465 blue area on map. $15 delivery fee
A good rule of thumb is if the location is 30 minutes or more from downtown Indianapolis it is not in our delivery area
No, at this time, we cannot ship any of our lasagnas.
No, we do not have a brick and mortar location. We do work out of a commercial kitchen, but we cannot allow customers to pick up lasagnas at the kitchen due to health codes and safety reasons.
We need at least 24 hours notice for all orders.
Our lasagnas are all made and delivered fresh (ready to bake.)
Yes, our lasagnas freeze and reheat beautifully. We would suggest no longer than 3 months.
We suggest taking the lasagna out of the freezer and letting it thaw for a full day in the refrigerator. Once baked, the lasagna’s internal temperature should be 165° F (measured using a meat thermometer.)
All of our lasagnas come with a card stating who the lasagna is from. You can add a note to any order to be written inside the card.
Remember to include a phone number for who the lasagna is being delivered to. For convenience we text the recipient when we are on our way with an ETA.
Lasagnas are delivered on the date you requested on our calendar. Delivery times are Monday – Friday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (EST) Saturday 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. We are closed on Sunday.
Our full pan lasagnas (9×13) when cut can serve 12 – 15 good size pieces of lasagna.
Our 1/2 size pans (flights) when cut can serve 4-6 pieces of lasagna.
It really depends on how you cut the lasagna after baking it.
I would personally like to say thank you for supporting Send A Friend Lasagna. Having this dream and seeing it come true has been overwhelming and amazing and crazy all at the same time. Lots of love goes into every lasagna I make (and I do make every single one of them.) I hope you can taste it.
Peace, Love, Lasagna!