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“The leeks were tender and sweet, and the Pecorino was a perfect nutty and salty foil for them.”
“( "Pecorino" is a general Italian term for sheep milk's cheese.)”
“Drain, toss immediately with sauce, and toss again with ¼ cup grated Pecorino.”
“Natural Wine Co. says: If you're in the mood to try something different, Colle Moro Sparkling Pecorino is a lovely, gently sparkling wine from the Abruzzo region of Italy.”
“My favorite new lunch: Whole roasted Maiitake mushrooms with Pecorino Sardo crema, asparagus and peas; a salad of chopped mixed kale, grapefruit, poppy seed frico with anchovy vinaigrette; and nubby, fatty, divine housemade cotechino with their signature coarsely-cut kraut.”
“Pasta with scampi, zucchini flowers and Pecorino cheese serves 4 Ingredients 600 grams scampi”
“It will serve twists of some of the highlights from his Rome restaurant, such as linguine with langoustines, Pecorino and zucchini flowers, crudo and catch of the day with many tapas, but will also cater to the British palette—"more garlic and more potatoes," says Mr. Riccioli, with his customary twinkle.”
“The recipes range from the simple – a salad of green beans dressed with Pecorino and shallots – to the considerably more involved, such as ricotta cream ravioli stuffed with chocolate and candied fruit.”
“Semi-soft (Raclette), hard (Pecorino) or even blue (Cabrales)?”
“You will likely start with a selection of crostini topped with sausage or Pecorino and pear or the famous local black celery.”
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