Sweet Potato Rounds with Herbed Ricotta and Walnuts
Sweet potato rounds roasted with herbed ricotta, walnuts, cranberries, and honey make for baller appetizers (slash dinner). I know what you’re thinking. You want to fold these up like mini ta…
This Spinach Ricotta Brunch Bake recipe is the perfect casserole to make for your weekend brunch. This is a dish that can be made ahead and will surely impress your guests. #brunch #spinachricottabake
This Spinach Ricotta Brunch Bake recipe is the perfect casserole to make for your weekend brunch. This is a dish that can be made ahead.
Tomato Pie - Mom Loves Baking
I’ve known about Tomato Pie for a long time but to tell you the truth, it just didn’t appeal to me. I thought it sounded kind of strange. Well was I wrong! My friend, Mary, inspired me to make this pie. She made it and once I tasted it, I was hooked. Tomato Pie is...Read More
Cranberry Goat Cheese Log with Walnuts, Pecans, and Parsley
Cranberry Goat Cheese Log with Walnuts, Pecans, and Parsley: this festive holiday appetizer is sure to please a crowd! It's quick, easy, and delicious!
How to Make Your Own Farm-Fresh Cheese
Ricotta, mozzarella, chevre, paneer, mascarpone—find out how to make cheese at home in an hour or less with Claudia Lucero's new book, One-Hour Cheese.
Recipe: Banana Ricotta Breakfast Bread
This hearty Banana Ricotta Breakfast Bread will give you the energy you need to kick-start your day! It is also low fat, gluten free, refined sugar free, egg free and absolutely delicious!
Lithuanian Apple Cookies
Flaky buttery dough is wrapped around the cinnamon-covered apple slices. The top of the cookie is dipped in egg whites and then into crystal sugar that makes them sweet and crunchy on the outside. Inside there is that chunk of cinnamony baked apple that makes this cookie absolutely delicious!
Turkey Sandwich With Herbed Farmer Cheese, Sprouts, and Tomato
A homemade cheese spread with fresh herbs turns a sandwich of roast turkey on whole wheat into something special.
Gabriella's Farmers Cheese Gnocchi Recipe on Food52
My mom wasn't a baker, but she did make gnocchi -- and, on occasion, savory phyllo pastries. I have a hard time thinking of one specific technique because many of the things I do now, I probably learned by simply being in the room, observing, listening, and doing. Cleaning as you go was a pretty big one, though! With this recipe, I remember being taught about gently dropping the gnocchi into the pot of boiling water, but only on the sides. My Mom told me that this was one of the very first…
Pear and Cheese Coffeecake (Zapekanka) Творожная Запеканка - Olga's Flavor Factory
My taste buds are loyal to my Slavic roots and this “cake” is a great example of it. We call […]