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    Comes from Giada De Laurentiis. Had some ricotta cheese that I defrosted and never used so I looked for a dessert recipe and found this one. There were about 6 other recipes posted here but I wasn't sure about them because the ingredients list were different for each and I had never made this type of cookie before. They are very cakey cookies and the lemon glaze is very good. The cookies themselves also have a nice subtle lemon flavor. My family liked them alot hope you do too.

    Recipe #295429

    Recipe came from Better Homes and Gardens magazine. It really is excellent. It makes quite a bit but can be easily adjusted. I have made it for large gatherings and small family dinners. It is very good at room temperature so it's great for potlucks or BBQs too. The recipe calls for rosemary but any of your favorite herb(s) would do (fresh is always better but I've often used dried). Hope you like!

    Recipe #289325

    This recipe was given to me by the mother of one of my students. She made it quite often the summer I worked with her son in their home. The smell was out of this world when she was cooking it and she always sent me home with a serving. Now, many years later, I make it for my own family. Everyone loves it. It's nice any time of year as long as you can find good plum tomatoes. I make it a lot in the summer with my own homegrown tomatoes. It's really one of my favorite things that I make. I (like many people) don't really measure when I cook so measurements for things like cream and basil are not exact in this recipe.

    Recipe #287603

    This is my husbands grandmothers recipe. You can't get any easier or lower cost than this. My daughter loves this as does anyone who's tried it. I was sceptical it would taste good when I first learned to make it but was pleasantly surprised. My father in law adds a little garlic powder to his serving, I like to add lots of black pepper to mine. I serve this with a salad and a nice loaf of Italian bread.

    Recipe #287299

    My family loves this marinade. It's super easy and excellent when grilling chicken. I've also used it with pork. Preparation time is about 20-30 minutes prep and 2 hours chilling time. Good enough for company and easy enough for an every day meal. The original recipe called for papaya but I replaced with mango and liked it much better. The original recipe came from our local paper, Newsday, about 10 years ago. Since it was so easy I never wrote it down or actually clipped it.

    Recipe #287292


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