- n. A hard, sharp cheese served grated as a garnish.
- From Italian romano ("Roman"). (Wiktionary)
“The sandwich encases four medium sized meatballs between a pair of thick pieces of grilled focaccia with a melted slice of caciocavallo cheese and a sprinkling of romano.”
“Fill hollow with your favorite picadillo recipe to which you've added the the chayote flesh you scopped out, top with bread crumbs and a little grated hard cheese (like parmesan or romano), bake until heated through and the cheese has melted.”
“Next, take your pick from grilled lamb sausage with tomato-olive tapenade or bucatini with chiles and pecorino romano, among other options.”
“Yes | No | Report from tim romano wrote 1 year 1 week ago”
“Yes | No | Report from tim romano wrote 1 year 1 week ago whoop-dee-do.”
“Italians are refined traditionalists; they want their ragù bolognese served with parmiagano-reggiano and never pecorino romano.”
“The Mass was celebrated in the church of Santa Maria Ad Nives in Bergamo and was attached to a conference held by Giovanie e Tradizione on the preceding Saturday evening, "L'educazione al Sacro, al Bello, al Vero: vie per la nuova evangelizzazione: la S. Messa nel rito romano antico.”
“Yes | No | Report from tim romano wrote 1 year 5 weeks ago”
“Yes | No | Report from tim romano wrote 1 year 15 weeks ago you hear that Deeter?”
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These user-created lists contain the word ‘romano’.
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
Looking for tweets for romano.