Lemon, Blueberry and Ricotta Muffins

Super soft and moist lemon scented muffins, filled with juicy blueberries and topped with a lemon glaze. Oh Em Gee, these are so good! I made them because I had leftover ricotta from a lasagna the other night and sheesh am I glad I did. ...more

Ravioli with radicchio ,ricotta and speck

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Ricotta with berries

This is healthy and delicious dessert.NGREDIENTS: 200 g frozen berries;4 tbsp. ricotta;2 tbsp. almonds.INSTRUCTION:Thaw berries in the microwave or in a saucepan over medium heat. Put in a bowl berries and ricotta cheese, pour the juice from the berries on top, sprinkle with nuts dessert.Full  recipe: http://goo.gl/SYqGyC...more

Homemade Ricotta

Ricotta and Bacon Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

How is it possible to eat SO much over the Christmas holidays and STILL end up with leftovers?!! I for one, love leftovers...actually, I love re-inventing leftovers.  It's amazing how much inspiration one gets (at least I DO) with a bunch of random ingredients lingering in the fridge!Take for example, the large tub of leftover ricotta (which I used to make fusilli with ricotta, peas and mushrooms for Christmas lunch) and the portobello mushrooms still sitting in the unopened package in the fridge....more

Fried Squash Blossoms (stuffed with cheese and fried, I'll have it any way it comes)

I think I could make anything palatable if it were fried (where's Jessica Seinfeld with that one?)  Take said food object, dip it in flour, egg wash and panko bread crumbs, and fry till it's a crispy, golden brown.  Voila.  Good (albeit not good for you) food.  ...more

Fettuccine with Ricotta, Tomatoes and Basil at The Gourmet Mom

 Fettuccine with Ricotta, Tomatoes and Basil at The Gourmet Mom:  http://ow.ly/8WKD8...more

~Fried Ricotta!

~Fried Ricotta!   Some...more

Recipe Re-Do: Martha Stewart's Chicken and Kale Casserole

You know what we all need to eat more of??Kale!...more