Spotlight Recipe

JoJo Siwa's Baked Ziti

JoJo Siwa's Baked Ziti

1 lb. Italian ground sausage

1 small onion, diced

1 jar pasta sauce

1 can diced tomatoes, undrained

2 tsp. Italian seasoning

½ cup water

1 lb. ziti pasta

15 oz. ricotta cheese

2 Tbsp. fresh parsley

1 egg

2 cups mozzarella cheese

¼ cup Parmesan cheese

Brown sausage with onion. Add Italian seasoning, water, tomatoes, and pasta sauce. Simmer 10-15 minutes or until thickened. Meanwhile, cook and drain pasta. In a small bowl, mix cheeses, egg, and parsley. Alternate layers starting with sauce, meat, and pasta, topping with remaining sauce and cheese. Bake 25-30 minutes at 375° F.

Joelle Joanie “JoJo” Siwa was born May 19, 2003, in Nebraska. Her career started at nine years old when she appeared as the youngest competitor on the reality TV show “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition.” Her popularity quickly grew via YouTube and her other social media channels. Siwa is known for wearing bright, big bows and colorful ponytails. She has been called a trifecta of talent, with skills in dancing, acting, and singing. She has toured worldwide and has multiple merchandising deals, including her signature bows, books, apparel, arts and crafts, cosmetics, home goods, and party supplies, as well as a contract with Nickelodeon.

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Printing Quiz

When your printer mentions the importance of margins, what they really mean is:

  • The difference between revenue and expenses

  • A spare amount allowed or given for contingencies or special situations

  • The safe zone that keeps important elements from being cut off on your printed project

In the printing industry, the margin is the space between the image and the edge of the printed material. 

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