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Feb 6, 2010 9:03 AM CST
Name: Teri
Mount Bethel, PA
I need to get some recipes together for 4 days around the weekend.

My grandsons will be staying with me and they have huge appetites and expect to have at least one of their favorites in the fridge.

Must make a cheesecake. The one with the 40 ounces of cream cheese or an italian cheese cake (made with ricotta). We will also need hazelnut biscotti cookies and some canoli made with impastata cheese, which is a very dry ricotta cheese that has sugar and tiny chocolate chips in the filling. I still use my grandmothers forms to fry the shells.

Salmon (baked with orange zest, orange juice, brown sugar, honey and fresh ginger) is Jake's favorite. Nicholas likes filet mignon, Emil llikes loin lamb chops and James likes lasagna. They all LOVE shellfish. I need to do some shopping after this storm passes and before the next one mid week.

I will leave some of the cooking and baking until they come here so that they can enjoy a kitchen project. We usually make a personal pizza each. The youngest one tries to eat the dough and the toppings instead of building his pizza. He gets very upset when we finally get one made for him and he loses it to the oven. We all stand near the stove and look into the glass oven door to show him the progress.

I think that they will like the Wild Rose's chicken corn chowder and we will snack on the recipe that Stormy gave me for her foccacia bread made with calamata olives.

Keep the recipes coming please. I need ideas to keep those bottomless pits satiated.

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