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September 30, 2009

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brandy

mmmm... looks fabulous!

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frog

Those pencils are just dangerous. Less dangerous is the ricotta which I may try out soon.

Kate

Hmmmm....if only I still lived around the corner - you do know I would be on your doorstep!

theresa/ t does wool

did you say ricotta??...well you know my background...so I know ricotta;))
and this sounds perfectly wonderful Al...and those pencils...why do you have to be such an enabler-LOL?!

missfee

thankyou so much - I am going to do this next weekend!!!

Kristen

I thought we already had words about those pencils. Alison... move away from the computer.

di

Sounds delicious and inviting- How how much ricotta do you get from 2l? I regularly make a pasta dish with ricotta, olives, garlic, tomato and spinach. Would be quite special to try it with home made ricotta..

Cate

I've used the left over liquid to make bread. Hmm I just thought you could spread the ricotta onto the bread and then drizzle with honey.mmmmm

Linda

Yum!

CreatureofHabit

Oh man. Yum! I'm with Kate. This is another one of those posts where I wish so badly you were my neighbor. I would be so okay with 'coincidentally' dropping by around dinner time, you know, just to say "Hi!".....

You know what I ate for dinner tonight? An entire bag of corn chips. Just chips. Does ricotta go with corn chips? :)

chez danisse

I've made paneer and the process is very similar. I had a feeling ricotta would also be a breeze. Thanks--I'll try it!

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Katie

I'm now coveting those pencils and the display options, ay! A little too pricey for me. I'll have to make do with my books arranged by color.

Plotki

Yes... it's looks fabulous and I'm obsessed to ;-)

Shara

I made it and it was great - so rewarding to see a whole bowlful of my ricotta - thanks! 2L of milk made 450g of ricotta, although I probably didnt drain quite enough, so probably 400g.
How did the recipe turn it into vanilla ricotta?

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looks delicious !!!!! I love it !!!!!!!!!!!

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