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    Far better than store bought ricotta. Super creamy and soft! Extremely easy to make. Can be as moist or as dry as you like. Try and you will be amazed. Appears in The Food Lab: Fresh Ricotta in Five Minutes or Less.

    Recipe #476649

    Delicious light sesame peanut noodles from Martha Stewart (Don't let this put you off, it is so easy and good you will want to try it). Though the recipe says serve room temperature or cold, we thoroughly enjoyed it hot.

    Recipe #506678

    My mother used to make these on special occasions. It is a simple, but filling desert food. It is not overly sweet, and has a wonderfully cheesy flavor. The toasted bread crumb coating contrasts the delightfully creamy texture of the dumpling, while the cinnamon sugar perfectly complements the mild cheese. These are traditionally served with granulated sugar and thin sour cream, but we prefer them with cinnamon sugar!

    Recipe #477582

    After testing out a number of chili recipes, none were quite what I was looking for. I decided to come up with a chili of my own, and here it is. My whole family (including two fairly picky toddlers) just loves it! It's fairly quick and easy to make, and doesn't have a long long list of ingredients. If you're looking for a simple, straightforward and pretty darn delicious chili, this is definitely the recipe for you...

    Recipe #375054


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