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Cheese

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    Red Quinoa and Lentils with Fried Goat Cheese, Citrus and Pomegranate

    Packed with protein and fiber, this sprightly salad is a balance of sweet and savory. Pan-frying the goat cheese creates crisp edges and creamy centers, but if you’re short on…

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    Lemon Ricotta Gnocchi

    Light and lemony, this pasta would make a great first course or a light supper served with a salad. If you’re very ambitious, serve the gnocchi as a side with…

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    Pizza with Lemon and Burrata

    Creamy cheese and paper-thin slices of lemon make an incredible bite of pizza; the tang of the fruit marries well with the mellow cheese. Use a large serrated bread knife…

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    Roasted Tomato Pie

    I often prepare this pie on a weekend, making the dough and roasting the tomatoes on Saturday, then assembling and baking it on Sunday for dinner. (Of course, it’s easy…

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    Ricotta and Goat Cheese Tart with Fresh Figs

    The flavors of this tart are second only to its beautiful presentation. You can substitute sunflower seeds for the pumpkin seeds, if you like.

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    Feta-and-Herb-Filled Pogaca Rolls

    Though this filling couldn’t be easier to make, it packs a bright punch of flavor, and the green flecks make it especially pretty. Note that there are two sets of shaping…

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    Potato and Leek Galette with Rosemary and Sea-Salt Crust

    Potatoes and leeks baked in a buttery crust are punctuated with the snap of aged provolone and the flavor of rosemary.

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    Ricotta-Basil Pancakes with Blistered Tomatoes

    Creamy ricotta, juicy tomatoes, and fresh basil make a winning flavor combination in this delicate pancake. If your ricotta is very wet, drain it in a sieve for 20 minutes…

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    Fennel and Fig Pesto

    The sweetness of fig contrasts the tingly heat of fresh ginger and the bright acidity of grapefruit. Serve as part of a cheese course or on crostini.

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    Tomato and Ricotta Pesto

    This simple pesto packs bold tomato flavor. Use it to perk up green beans, or toss with pasta.