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#51 Sat 09 Mar 13 4:26am

Ashen

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Re: A season for Italy

To quote an Iron chef on parmigiano reggiano

“The undisputed king of cheeses."  Mario Batali

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#52 Sat 09 Mar 13 6:32am

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Re: A season for Italy

I always thought Roqufort was discribed as the King of Cheese .

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#53 Sat 09 Mar 13 6:38am

mummza

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Re: A season for Italy

And of course many British think that Stilton would hold the title of King of Cheeses ..,
http://www.pongcheese.co.uk/the-big-che … eeses.html

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#54 Sat 09 Mar 13 12:33pm

Ashen

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Re: A season for Italy

the clue is in the name   reggio for reggio emilla  which was first called regium  which in latin means royal .  wink


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#55 Sat 09 Mar 13 1:07pm

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#56 Fri 15 Mar 13 3:28pm

@nGoose1

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Re: A season for Italy

I have had some nice Portuguese cheese, French, Spanish, and German. I favour U.K. cheese. But even I have to bow down to parmesan. Its versatility is also one of its strengths. Used as a seasoning, or the crowning glory on a risotto, it’s impossible to match.
As for the bank story:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8228131.stm
great reply Mummza, some good evidence.

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#57 Fri 15 Mar 13 5:33pm

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Re: A season for Italy

Naturally each country has it's own King (And Queen)..

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#58 Thu 21 Mar 13 3:18pm

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Re: A season for Italy

God bless our queen, France America and others are not so lucky.

wine~o wrote:

Naturally each country has it's own King (And Queen)..

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