This wedge-shaped cookbook traces Italy’s amazing Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from its origins in eleventh-century Parma to the founding of a consortium to ensure quality in 1934. Beloved by Boccaccio, Molière, and Alexandre Dumas, this “king of cheeses” has starred in simple peasant fare as well as elegant creations fit for, if not a king, then at least an emperor—in this case, one named Bonaparte. Enjoy Artichoke Salad with Parmigiano Reggiano, Buttered Fettuccine with Parmigiano Reggiano, Roman Stracciatella, Bolognese-Style Roulades, and many more superb dishes.
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ACADEMIA BARILLA, founded in 2004 in Parma, one of the most distinguished capitals of Italian cuisine, is a center of great professionalism and talent that is exceptional in the world of cooking. It promotes Italian culinary art, protecting the regional gastronomic heritage and safeguarding it from imitations and counterfeits, while encouraging the great traditions of the Italian restaurant industry. Academia Barilla organizes cooking classes for culinary enthusiasts, distributes the best Italian products, and spreads Italy’s gastronomic culture through publications like this one that recount the unequaled riches of the country.
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