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  • I'm pretty sure they just picked some semi-random words and pushed them all together while drunk there. "scamorza:" This is all a bit Zoolander, in the vein of 'The Derek Zoolander Centre For Children Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too' but even more ridiculous and a lot less worthy ...

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  • Or, according to Wanja, you keep it around at all times, "And when you get home late on Sunday night and you're hungry and too tired to cook anything, then you make yourself a scamorza."

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  • La Bruschetta Mediterranea: a thick slice of peasant toast topped with roasted eggplant, smoked scamorza, roasted grapes and a hint of mint:

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  • Hi Dreska, if you like mozzarella why don't try mozzarella in carrozza (mozzarella in carriage)or smoked mozzarella with prosciutto crudo (cured ham)... i love scamorza too but i prefer smoked scamorza cooked on the grill or in a no-stick pan with something like mushroom, prosciutto, grilled vegetables...

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  • The harder ones, which are called hmmm...scamorza I think are typically the smoked variety.

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  • Each month, it churns out 10 tons of ricotta, mascarpone, scamorza, pizza cheese, Indian paneer, fresh cream and, of course, fresh buffalo mozzarella - which wholesales for about a quarter of the price of Italian imports - under the Impero and Hilly Fresh brands.

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  • Instead, her mother quelled her snack-time cravings with slabs of milky-sweet scamorza broiled on a dinner plate until

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  • Usually arancini has parmesan and mozzarella but this one features scamorza, a nice twist on this classic

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  • We loved the scamorza, a local speciality made of curd cheese, served lightly grilled; and cazzarelli e fagioli, beans and pasta; and the chitarra alla abruzzese.

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  • Last week we enjoyed grilled rare tuna with ginger dressing and cannellini beans, a risotto with smoked scamorza cheese, which Vasco wasn't happy with but I thought interesting, another risotto-like dish made with farro, the original wheat grain from which all others derive, homemade tagliatelle with seafood, porchetta (boned herb-stuffed pork) and the Piedmont dessert, bonet.

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