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Parmigano & Pecorino/Grating

Parmigano & Pecorino/Grating

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  1. Sartori Merlot Bellavitano Quick View

    Sartori Merlot Bellavitano

    $14.99/LB
    This dense and buttery cheese from Wisconsin--a hybrid of fruity, aged Parm and nutty Cheddar--is soaked in Merlot to bring out berry and plum notes. Read More
  2. Cave Aged Grana Padano Quick View

    Grana Padano

    $19.99/LB
    Rough handling makes tasty Italian cheese: from two milkings comes raw cow milk that is partially skimmed, cooked twice, and bathed in brine before aging for at least a year. All that attention makes a fragrant, sweet, and nutty cheese with a very firm texture. It's not Parmigiano - similar, but not exactly the same - but like its cousin, you can use it for grating, cooking, and as a fine table cheese. Read More
  3. Pecorino Romano Quick View

    Pecorino Romano

    $15.99/LB
    Part of the daily rations for Roman Legionaries in the 1st century AD. Fulvi is still traditionally made from pasteurized sheep's milk in the Roman countryside and is less hard and dry than its Sardinian-made counterparts. No need to ration, we have enough for you. Read More
  4. Rustico with Pepper Quick View

    Rustico with Pepper

    $14.99/LB
    Rustico is a pasteurized sheep's milk cheese from Rome, aged for approximately 40 days. Read More
  5. Cacio di Roma Quick View

    Cacio di Roma

    $15.99/LB
    Yes, it's a sheep's milk cheese; and yes, it's from the Roman countryside. Cacio di Roma, however, is a far cry from Pecorino Romano. Smaller, younger & softer, it's just as much of a kitchen workhorse as its hulking cousin. Use it when you're looking for smooth richness & a hint of fruit, instead of gamy, salty intensity. Melts smoothly & deliciously into sauces, pizzas, focaccia, crostini; you name it, a layer of melted Cacio di Roma is likely to make it better. Read More
  6. Caciocavallo Quick View

    Caciocavallo

    $18.99/LB
    Caciocavallo earns its name, literally ‘cheese on horseback’, from the way duos of gourd-shaped rounds are rope-bound and slung over a wooden board to drain and age. Read More
  7. Piave Vecchio Quick View

    Piave Vecchio

    $19.99/LB
    Ever wish you could eat a pound of Parm, but find the hard, dry texture a challenge? Piave is the easy eatin' version, packing all that savory crystalline nuttiness within a smooth, sliceable paste. Grab a salami and you're all set. Read More

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