A step-by-step guide to the decadent Italian pastry
Spoiler: It involves cheese.
It’s a little cheesy…
Ditching red sauce has never been tastier
Just one ingredient will save yours from clumping (and tastes darn heavenly, too).
A ricotta-filled delight that serves a big crowd
Just add espresso
Amen for amaro
Featuring a sauce that comes together in less time than it takes pasta to cook
This delicate dessert, made to honor Saint Agatha, is a little more than suggestive.
It's a pleasure—not a struggle—to eat a slice of this chocolate chip and almond studded cheesecake.
But you should use it anyway.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? How about chestnuts tucked into homemade ravioli.
The classic deep-fried and ricotta-filled cannoli, made at home.
Where there's a will, there's a whey.
A taste of the Amalfi coast: hazelnut sponge caked filled with light-as-a-cloud ricotta and pear filling.
A lighter pesto pasta that's not light on flavor.
The perfect, punchy little ravioli dish.
A pasta that takes pesto to the next level.
One of Italy's favorite Easter traditions, this layered Ligurian chard and ricotta pie is worth the extra love needed to put it all together.
Turn cold nights into an excuse to get cozy in the kitchen with a fresh salad and warm pasta.
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