Did you perhaps mean Parmesan?
- French parmesan, from Italian parmigiano (Wiktionary)
“Mix in parmesan and ricotta cheeses, ½ cup of mozzarella, egg and parsley.”
“Margie immediately began trying to pick off small flakes of parmesan from the broccoli with delicate pudgy finger tweezers, putting each bit in her mouth like feeding a baby bird.”
“You know how we call parmesan cheese, "stinky cheese" in our house.”
“The amount of the garlic, the balsamic vinegar and the parmesan are all crucial to the taste of the soup, and make it absolutely delicious.”
“If you lean toward the Atlantic with your high-rising terminals you're a sell-out; if you pronounce borrowed European words in their original style — even if you try something as innocent as parmigiano for "parmesan" — you're a fraud.”
“As an aside, I think this would make an *awesome* "parmesan" breading for seitan cutlets and fish.”
“Back in May, I developed a recipe for a vegan "parmesan" utilizing dried okara-- the residue or pulp leftover from making soymilk or tofu.”
“But just the clip from Waiting .. showing the cook garnishing the food with his dandruff "parmesan" was enough to put me off Italian food for the rest of my life.”
“fresh" pre-grated parmesan, which is nice and crumbly but without the whole processed foods embarrassment, that is even better.”
“Those fortunate enough to secure a table at the three Michelin-starred restaurant - it is only open for six months of the year, and this year had three million people applying for a seat - rave about the mind-boggling concoctions, such as parmesan marshmallows, popcorn clouds or suckling pig tail.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘parmesan’.
Names of cheeses from around the world, blatantly stolen from every source available to me.
"A dessert without cheese is like a beautiful woman with one eye." - Jean Anthelme Brillat-S...
everything cheese,expressions like
stiff cheddar,turophile's heaven
a work in progress
You know....what you order when you're feeling peckish!
See also Things that smell better than they taste.
being items relating to food, cooking and the kitchen.
words from the cookbook "Nigella Bites" by Nigella Lawson
Inspired by Monty Python---and by cheese!
Currently on hold.
Also see Part One and Part Three
"Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese." -- G.K. Chesterton
(Those that I can find at the grocer's. I haven't earned enough Cheese Connoisseur Points to even consider ...
cheeses I have known and loved
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