Parmigiano Reggiano is a hard cheese with granular structure and great taste. It’s a really versatile cheese, in fact you can prepare many delicious Parmigiano Reggiano recipes or consume it as a table cheese. Really easy to digest, it’s rich in proteins, vitamins and mineral salt.
A source of energy for all ages. Discover what’s the difference between parmigiano reggiano and grana padano and the best parmigiano wine pairing you can serve to your guests.
And enjoy the most famous Italian Cheese!
The pumpkin is starring in today's recipe, a tasty fall vegetable recipe, and a quick and easy side dish: pumpkin gratin with cheese.
A quick and easy Christmas party recipe, a perfect fingerfood idea for a stylish appetizer.
What's the difference between Pecorino and Parmigiano? Discover how to distinguish these two Italian cheeses, and how to serve them or use in recipes.
Now, let's start this head-to-head: Pecorino Romano vs Parmigiano Reggiano.
All about how and where to store the cheese to avoid mold, and how long you can keep cheese in the fridge before consuming.
Parmigiano Reggiano is one of the oldest and richest cheeses in the world. Nowadays it is sitll produced as in the past, using the same genuine ingredients, cheese-making technique, and craftsmanship.
Hard cheeses deserve a place of honour on our tables and in the kitchen. Percect as table cheese or in recipes they are long aged, crumbly and dry.
Altough cheese fondue is a Swiss recipe, in this dish we'll use the king of Italian Cheese, Parmigiano Reggiano, and a refined ingredient like balsamic vinegar of Modena.
Here is a great risotto with pumpkin, Parmesan cheese and balsamic vinegar. Three small works of art of Italian cuisine, which share a sweet and delicate flavor.