Sharp cow’s milk cheese of the Veneto, named after the area of Asiago in which it is made. Many varieties of Asiago are produced, from fresh and soft to firm… [Read More]
Basilicata cheese with a center of butter.
“Horse cheese.” A firm buffalo or cow’s milk cheese, so called because the globes of cheese resemble a horse’s saddlebags.
Emilian granular cheese.
Tuscan and Latium cheese similar to pecorino.
Sardinian soft ewe’s milk cheese.
A world-wide cow’s milk cheese originally produced in Switzerland’s Emme Valley. Emmentaler is commonly used in pasta dishes, polenta, and on pizza.
“Beautiful Country.” A soft, mild Lombardian cow’s milk cheese created in 1929 and named after a beloved children’s book.
Aged ricotta, produced in early spring.