I made the Eggplant Parm Stacks tonight - I think the episode was from late September, just at the beginning of the new season. They were delicious. The stacks were cute. I used one eggplant and got 12 slices out of it -- for the four servings in the recipe. One of the stacks tilted over a little bit. LSQ said to use fine breadcrumbs - I used panko since my husband isn't into carbs*. I figured I'd get the taste of the crumbs with less volume since the panko flakes are larger. And I used less mozzarella than LSQ used* - she looked like she had slabs of cheese. It was delicious and cheesy nevertheless. And it was pretty quick to assemble the stacks. I'd recommend it.
*Also -- how many changes can you make to a recipe before it becomes a different recipe? For those Aunt Sandy fans, she "cooked" (read: desecrated) a "lasagna" -- by using tomato soup and cottage cheese. I'm not insinuating that Sandra Lee actually cooks, or even prepares real food, as I used to watch her only for entertainment purposes.
Edited by Squeezel, Oct 31, 2011 @ 7:32 PM.