You've heard that people eat with their eyes. Well, it's not true. That's impossible. People do, however, respond to color in ways both physiological and psychological. Lasagna, of course, is a classic comfort food. And monochromatic color schemes are recognized as soothing. This, then, is an exercise in making lasagna both soothing and comforting. The result is rich, subtle, and luxurious, highlighting the flavors of artichoke and fennel with the bright touch of lemon. Add a glass of crisp white wine and a frisée salad with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of salt, and all your stresses will melt away.