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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Beautiful! I love ricotta and use it often. Think I need to try to make it on my own soon. Your pictures also inspired me to dig through my grandmothers trunk and get out . This past weekend we celebrated my brother’s birthday at a delightful, surprise summer celebration at a private wooded area in Napa Valley. My contribution to the spread was this Sicilian Ricotta Cake. Gorgonzola is not from Southern Italy but from Piedmont and Lombardy. Ricotta is made everywhere in Italy though more used in cooking in the South, and Pecorino is also made throughout central Italy as far up North as Romagna.