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  • Using the beater attachment, beat the mascarpone and neufchatel until smooth and creamy.

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  • Using the beater attachment, beat the mascarpone and neufchatel until smooth and creamy.

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  • Our "basic" frosting is made from a mix of regular and neufchatel and the other from just regular philly.

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  • Add 6 ounces softened cream cheese and 6 ounces softened neufchatel a chunk at a time.

    How To Make Perfect Cream Cheese Frosting

  • I followed Beyond Salmon's lead except used neufchatel, the lower-fat cream cheese.

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  • There were two plates of the sushi rolls he'd grown to love on the West Coast; a cheese platter containing brie and neufchatel and other strange or strong cheeses; lox and cream cheese and bagels from the corner deli; a cold hors d'oeuvres tray from Balducci's, with shrimp and miniature quiches and spinach rolls and stuffed mushrooms; fresh-baked, thinly sliced, miniature loaves of bread for the cheese and the handmade Amish jams and jellies he'd found down at the 14th Street Farmers 'Market.

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  • There were two plates of the sushi rolls he'd grown to love on the West Coast; a cheese platter containing brie and neufchatel and other strange or strong cheeses; lox and cream cheese and bagels from the corner deli; a cold hors d'oeuvres tray from Balducci's, with shrimp and miniature quiches and spinach rolls and stuffed mushrooms; fresh-baked, thinly sliced, miniature loaves of bread for the cheese and the handmade Amish jams and jellies he'd found down at the 14th Street Farmers 'Market.

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  • quidpro: Yeah, I found out the hard way that cream cheese and neufchatel don't take kindly to freezing.

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