I hadn't had a lasagna until my early twenties, and when I did, I didn't like it.
Only when I decided to make it myself, did it become tasty and juicy.
I love it. It's a full meal, healthy if you make it that way, and a true feast. What I like as much as its layery composition is the fact that I approach it gradually as well.
First I'll make the Bolognese sauce,
then the Bechamel sauce,
Each step is done carefully and with a feeling of calm, I guess I enjoy some structure from time to time.
To cut my waxing poetic, here's the recipe that I use. I don't use the Ricotta, but follow the recipe otherwise.
I use the ceramic dishes that fit the size of the lasagna noodle perfectly. Actually, I like to do everything I do as festively as I can. Some call it complicated, I call it staying true to the original.
I also like to cover the lasagna with some aluminum foil while baking, as it keeps it nice and moist, and prevents the cheese from burning.
* Hope you don't mind the 'Who's the Boss?' pun :)