Parmigiano Reggiano

Parmigiano-Reggiano is a hard, granular parmesan cheese named after its point of origin in the Italian province of Parma or Reggio Emilia or Bologna.  It has a wonderful salty-savory taste and is best grated or shredded, although it works well in crumbles with charcuterie. Low melt point, it is good on garlic breads, in crackers, and anything else needing that salty pop. See also: Grana Padano.  Shop Now.

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