Fresh, creamy ricotta cheese is easy to make at home from ingredients you can find in any grocery store. Use it in pastas, as a spread, or in any recipe that calls for ricotta. It's also a great breakfast treat with fresh fruit.
The secret ingredient which makes this cacciatore stand out is pancetta, an Italian bacon. The pancetta gives the sauce richness and body. Fresh basil leaves and baby portobello mushrooms make it special.
An accidental masterpiece made from leftovers that is now an all-around favorite. Black beans, canned or frozen corn, avocado, and cottage cheese are just a few ingredients that, while not the prettiest bowl of food in the world, certainly make for one of the tastiest snacks around. Great to keep in the refrigerator for a delicious anytime snack.
Crunchy, crumbly bacon, sunflower seeds and beautiful golden raisins, speckle this very green salad and add lots and lots of flavor. The dressing is mayonnaise based, with sugar and red wine vinegar stirred in.
This pretty "cake" is actually stacked fresh watermelon and strawberries, decorated with fun cut-out shapes made of sliced fruit. Use cantaloupe, pineapple, or other fresh fruits and berries to make colorful layers of fruit. Kids and adults will love this cake.