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Often referred to as the King of cheeses, DOP Parmigiano Reggiano comes from the Emilia Romagna region of Italy and is made in carefully aged 80 lb wheels. We prefer this cheese at about 24 month's of aging, where it is perfect for grating and flavoring pasta dishes, shaving over salads or snacking.
Aged sheep's milk cheese that is injected with black truffle paste midway through aging.
Classic washed rind cow's milk cheese, made in the Taleggio valley in Lombardy since the early 9th century.
This ancient cheese is made from 100% sheep’s milk collected in the countryside of Rome, aged 10 months to 1 year and coated in black wax per tradition, Fulvi is in a class by itself. What separates Fulvi from other Pecorino Romano's is the higher butterfat content of the whole (not skimmed) sheep’s milk from Lazio, making it less dry and hard t...
The best Provolone you've ever tasted, aged Italian provolone is known as piccante for its intense sharp flavor
An aged sheep's milk cheese from the master cheesemakers at Casa Madaio in Campania.
Similar to classic Parmigiano, it makes a great alternative for grating, but we prefer the Piave as a wonderful snacking cheese.
A pasteurized, sheep's milk cheese from Italy that has a sharp aroma and a rich, intense flavor. A definite crowd-pleaser!
A spreadable cream of parmigiano reggiano, made with real DOP Parmigiano Reggiano and 100 percent natural.
This makes a great spread on crackers or added to a sandwich, but our favorite use is a quick and easy cream sauce like in our Spring Gnocchi Dinner Kit
An ultra-rich and creamy Italian Cream Cheese. Perfect in savory cream sauces or spiced up with Oregano and Controne Pepper for a delicious spread.
Made by: Polenghi Italia
Made in Italy.
Ingredients: cream from pasteurized cow's milk: acidity regulator: citric acid, min, 82% fat in dry matter.
Net weight: 8.8oz
"This 60 day aged toma is produced with raw Bruna Alpina cow’s milk and thistle flower, a very rare combination in the world of cheese. The name, meaning “small mountain shepherd” in Occitan dialect, pays tribute to Nonna Magno, the grandfather of producer Mario Fiandino. Continuing in his tradition, the Bruna Alpina cows at the Fiandino farm ar...