Ravioli Pizza Exists, Satisfies Your Daily Carb Intake


There is no such thing as too much pasta, nor is there such thing as too much pizza. Given these ubiquitous facts, it only made sense that Rosa’s Pizza would combine the two in order to create the finest of delicacies: Ricotta Ravioli Pizza.

The pizza joint, located in Huntington, New York, is known for their cheese-laden pies among the locals. J. Kenji López-Alt of Serious Eats notes that it’s the “kind of place you’d sneak out to during middle school lunch hour, offering your friends snap bracelets in return for pizza since you’re the only kid who never got an allowance.”

The actual ravioli pizza features whole ricotta ravioli baked right on top of the pizza. As López-Alt puts it, the item is “cheese-stuffed carbs, placed on top of carbs, covered in more cheese, topped with some extra cheese for good measure.”

Ugh, STFU and take my money.

H/T Neatorama + PicThx Serious Eats


Here’s How to Make Broiled Apricots with Fresh Ricotta & Pistachios


I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve definitely been feelin’ the summer vibe lately.  Along with images of ice cream cones melting in the hot sun and icy margaritas, comes the want for refreshing new recipes to try.  With the goal of being healthy in mind, these broiled apricots with fresh ricotta and pistachios are just the thing for a fun and easy recipe.

There’s just 4 ingredients in this dessert and 2 simple steps,  so this one is definitely a “go” for warm summer nights!


Broiled Apricots with Fresh Ricotta and Pistachios

Yields: 4
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 4 apricots, halved and pitted
  • 8 teaspoons fresh ricotta cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped pistachios


1) Preheat broiler. Place sugar in a small saucer. Dip cut side of apricots in sugar to coat and transfer to a small broilerproof baking dish. Broil, rotating once, until apricots are caramelized and juicy, 3 to 4 minutes.

2) Remove apricots from oven. Let cool slightly and top with ricotta and pistachios. Serve immediately.

Recipe & Photo Courtesy of Martha Stewart


Nutella Ricotta Cinnamon Pizza

Feelin’ spunky and adventurous? Don’t know whether you want something savory or sweet for lunch? How about you walk the finest of all lines with this Nutella Ricotta Cinnamon Pizza look. Under the impression that almost ANYTHING tastes better with Nutella, we’re looking at a homemade whole wheat pizza dough infused with cinnamon, a Nutella ricotta mixture for the spread and finally, topped with bananas and graham crumbs. Is it dinner or dessert? Who cares?! (Recipe @ GingerbreadBagels)


Pasta Rolls

Multi-colored hand rolled pasta squares roll up with ricotta and broccoli rabe, rolled up in sushi fashion, diced up to manageable bite sizes with more cheese on top, and thrown into the oven to bake and garner some added texture. That’s the one-sentence summary of how to make these amazing looking Pasta Rolls. I imagine these rolls inspiring quite a few knockoffs into the coming days and weeks. Head over to Dan’s blog if you want the play-by-play, and until next time, EAT ON!