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To best duplicate sumptuous sicilian sheep’s milk ricotta from the American commercially made cow’s milk product, it is necessary to dra...

by Giovanna Tornabene


Ricotta Pudding

It follows that the exquisite sheep’s milk ricotta Latium is famous for would be put to many uses. With its dense, creamy texture, it is ...

by Julia della Croce


Sweet Green Peas and Fresh Indian Cheese in a fragra...

You may be familiar with saag paneer, a standard in Indian restaurants in America. This dish is made with peas instead of spinach and the...

by Suvir Saran and Stephanie Lyness


Ginger Ricotta Cream

Keep a container of this creamy ricotta in the refrigerator year-round. Use it with fresh or canned fruit, such as halved pears or peache...

by Margaret Howard


Ricotta and Arugula Roulade

This makes a sumptuous first course or light lunch, served warm or at room temperature. Good with a mesclun salad.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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This Easter dish from Russia is traditionally made in a tall wooden container, but a new flowerpot is used here.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Raspberry Mousse Cake

Save this one for a fancy dinner party. No one will believe that it’s a low-calorie dessert. About fifteen years ago, I developed this re...

by Nick Malgieri and David Joachim


Steve’s Roasted Artichoke and Ricotta Dip

My friend Steve Evasew, one of the best caterers in Manhattan, is a constant source of recipe inspiration. Here’s a classy artichoke dip ...

by Rick Rodgers


Zucchini Rolls Stuffed with Ricotta

Here is a facsimile of a dish I had at the home of Karen Forhaltz and Michael Miele, The chef-owners of a nice little New York eatery cal...

by Julia della Croce


Pistachio Cheesecake

Pistachios are a great addition to cheesecakes — both in the filling and as decoration.

by George Geary


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