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Herbed Ricotta with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

The Recipes: First, a quick summer appetizer but ever so memorable! The roasted tomatoes warm the ricotta, leaving it extra-creamy and slightly garlicky. What an appetizer! Or, how about this? Just pour a glass of crisp, cold white wine and call it dinner!Second, Easy Radish Spread, a crowd favorite, familiar ingredients in a surprising combination. Last, Pita Crisps, yes, make them easily at home too! The Conversation: If “you’ve got milk” then “you’ve got ricotta”. Yes, it’s that easy to make ricotta at home. This recipe is so quick and easy
that I'm adding it to a special collection of easy summer recipes.
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Got milk? We all recognize the slogan from the dairy industry’s ads featuring celebrities with milk-mustached upper lips.But here’s a new version. “Got milk? Got ricotta.”Yes, homemade fresh ricotta is as close as your refrigerator. It requires only a …

Ratatouille Omelettes

Who's seen the new movie Ratatouille?! Here, I share the recipe for a quick-cook ratatouille and wrap it in omelettes for a quick supper or hearty breakfast. Ratatouille Omelettes are inspired by this fun flick for both kids and adults which features – get this! – a super-cute rat who learns about life while learning how to make ratatouille, the classic French vegetable dish that's been a personal favorite for many years.
Fresh & Seasonal. High Protein. Low Carb. Weight Watchers Friendly. Whole30 Friendly. Gluten Free. Make Ahead. Great for Meal Prep.
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Calling Little Chefs ... Ratatouille is fresh summer goodness flick-wise and food-wise for Little Chefs and big chefs both.Last week I chose my words carefully with a 13-year old. “Do you like rat-a-TOO-ee?” Not unexpectedly, he was certain I meant this summer’s Disney hit movie and flashed a grin. "We haven’t seen it yet but we’re going to!"But when I asked if he knew that ratatouille…