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Baked Sweet Ricotta with Mango Cheeks

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Posted by Chris166 • 51w ago • Report
Mango cheeks? I love English, but you guys don't speak mine! Fr the benefit of those of us unfamiliar with Ozzie lingo, please explain this term. My supposition is that it is the two sliced halves of a mango once you've removed the stone, but this simply relies on deductive reasoning and less the fact that your writers have not accounted for that vast unwashed American reading public's unfamiliarity with your delightful slang.
Posted by jaxstar84 • 4y ago • Report
Have this in the oven now, added some lemon zest to the mix. however its been in the oven for an hour and isnt even close to being firm like the recipe says.... we'll see how long it takes...
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