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three cheeses--mozzarella, ricotta and parmesan--flavor my new favorite calzone, available as a cook-at-home dish from Whole Foods, Sarasota's newest social and, oh, yes, food center.

Sure, a slice or two of good anchovies would make it heavenly. But the "stock" three-cheese calzone takes only 10 to 12 minutes at 360 degrees, and you've got a hot-from-the-oven great sandwich.

This calzone offers good bread dough, even better cheese, a couple of herbs, and it tastes great. I like to sprinkle a bit of salt atop mine after brushing with milk just before baking to help the cheese flavors sparkle.

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It's cheap ($3.98), keeps in the Kelvinator for days and days, and has that "fresh-baked" taste. Mmmm. Also available as pepperoni and meatball versions--here's betting you'll like them, too.
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Author:Ardren, Bob
Publication:Sarasota Magazine
Date:Feb 1, 2005
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