Recipes

Sometimes these little dumplings are called “gnudi” in Tuscany, which is a sort of Anglicized Tuscan word to denote “nude” - because unlike traditional gnocchi, they, well, look naked.  Ricotta is a by-product of the cheesemaking process (Tuscany makes a...
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Gnocchi are the famous Italian dumplings that can be made from potato or semolina, or in this case - ricotta.  Gnocchi di Ricotta are very simple to make, and make a finished dumpling that are much lighter in texture from...
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The classic Italian dessert, with a twist incorporating our fresh ricotta! Tiramisu Ingredients to serve 6-8: 4 eggs, separated 4 Tbsp. sugar 1 basket (~1.25 lbs.) Caputo Brothers Ricotta - the secret ingredient! ¼ c Powdered sugar salt 1 quart espresso...
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Cannoli from Sicily (traditionally made with ricotta di Pecora - sheep's milk ricotta) is one of the things that inspired us to become cheesemakers!  You haven't had a cannoli until you've had one made with traditional ricotta!  Enjoy in a cannoli...
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