You already have prosciutto in all it’s wonderful forms. Then, on top of that you somehow won the battle to get your name plopped down in front of ours for a cheese that is indisputably Reggiano in origin!!
How do I know that Parmigiano-Reggiano hails from the province of Reggio Emilia?
Well, because I am standing here in front of a €30,000 solid block of Cararra marble, carved in the form of a large wedge of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese… where? Bibbiano. Bibbiano di REGGIO EMILIA!!!
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real grana is reggiano… or at least I like it more than padano.. expecially after 36 months of seasoning…