Ok, I came up with this idea last night chatting with some of the members here. Thought it might be interesting to try it. So, this is what I did.... JUST A SMALL BATCH In a 4"X8"X2"high aluminum tray, put 1/2 pound of ground beef, half a can of mushrooms and half a small can of tomato sauce, (if this turns out, will use my homemade sauce next time). Using a mixture of mesquite, hickory and cherry woods, put into gosm at 230 deg until it reached 160 degrees, stirring twice. Removed from smoker and let cool for about 1/2 an hr (to let the juices thicken up a little). Remove the meat sauce from tray, spray with pam, start layering the lasagna noodles, sause, cheese. Repeat this step til almost to the top of tray. Do not put last layer of cheese on top. I will put the last layer of moza cheese on top once the noodles are cooked(was about 175 deg). then put last layer of cheese on and crank up the heat till cheese is all melted. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough cheese, but that's ok for this time. Final pics will come as soon as it is finished. Andy. Again, not sure how this will turn out, just an experiment. (Notice the thin blue smoke.....wooohoooo!!!! LOL).