iGourmet Parmigiano Reggiano 24 Month by Cravero

Since 1855, generations of the Cravero family have been overseeing the staggionatura (cheese maturing) of the highest quality D.O.P Parmigiano-Reggiano. The Cravero family maintains cheese aging facilities both in Emilia Romagna and in the ...now famous town of Bra, home of Slow Food, where the family business has been headquartered for centuries. Giorgio Cravero (1808-1880) as head of the family started selecting Italian cheeses in 1855. Since then the Cravero family, has handed down this tradition from father to son, maintaining the same passion for the art of curing high quality cheeses. Giorgio Cravero's passion and skill in selecting the finest wheels from the tens of thousands produced has been learned from his father, his grandfather, and the two generations before him. With the cheeses they select the family name is literally on the line. Only after repeated deliberation, inspection, tasting and evaluation are these cheeses offered for sale. This Parmigiano Reggiano is made of raw cow's milk from the Friesian breed, which are strictly fed with local forage. The dairy uses hay most of the year to guarantee a constant level of milk quality. Made at the Caseificio Sociale San Pietro, no. 2659 in Benedello di Pavullo, situated in the Apennine hills at an altitude of 2300 feet, in the province of Modena. The cheeses are matured on site for 13 months. During this time, Giorgio Cravero selects the wheels that will be transferred to his own cheese maturing facility in the town of Bra. There the wheels will stay until they reach 24 months. This is an exceptionally smooth Parmigiano Reggiano, leaving almost a creamy finish in the mouth. It has moist texture interspersed with the satisfying crunch of the casein crystals. It is not dry, chalky or grainy. The softer texture of the cheese helps the bright flavors explode in your mouth. Succulent, slightly sweet, with detectable notes of exotic fruit such as pineapple, along with baked bread and a grassy finish. Balanced, mild acidity shows the extreme care this cheese receives, and unlike many US imported Parmigiano-Reggianos, no bitterness mars its final flavor. Made from unpasteurized cow's milk. Photo depicts whole 80 lb. form of cheese. We cut and wrap this item by the half-pound. Please contact us if you would like to purchase the whole form. read more

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At the start of the 20th century, Luigi Lazzaris and Son founded a small pastry shop in Conegliano Veneto, Italy. After much exper...imenting, he invented a sweet, spicy delicacy by mixing sugar, quince, candied fruit, and mustard oil together. Over the past 100 years, his confection has won many prizes. Although it was originally produced for a Christmas treat, mostarda is now consumed all year round. Mostardas originated in the 17th century when farming families prepared a special flour, mustard, vinegar, candied fruit, and wine must dressing (wine must is how the recipe adopted the name mostarda) for their holiday celebrations. Modern mostarda is made from fruit, sugar and mustard oil. Our varieties include: Apricot: Ideal with cold cuts and game or on buttered toast. Pear: perfect with Parmesan and Grana Padano or any aged, robust cheese. Orange: a combination of orange varieties and pure quality mustard oil; its sweet and sour taste is a perfect partner for roast duck, chicken, game and fresh, creamy cheeses. Fig: The fig has been used over the years to embellish simple dishes or adorn aristocratic recipes. An excellent accompaniment to game, hams and fresh or slightly mature cheeses. Cherry: Made with the world famous Italian Amarena cherry. Excellent with sheep's milk cheeses or lamb. Wild Berry: Made with wild harvested berries taken from the Venetian countryside. Pairs perfectly with deli meats and goat cheeses. Varieties sold separately. read more

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The white truffle hails from Italy's Piedmont region, and has an earthy, garlicky aroma and taste. This decadent treat adds armoma...tic flavor to any menu. It will jazz up risottos, baked potates, and asparagus. read more

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These crispy baked crackers from Tuscany are made with extra virgin olive oil and other natural Italian flavors. Perfect for dippi...ng, they are a must when setting out an antipasto selection. Imported from Italy and handmade without preservatives, Crostini Crackers are the perfect complement to any cheese or spread! Available in five wonderful varieties. read more

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Cornichons are crisp, tart, pickled, baby cucumbers. Drenched in a brine of white wine vinegar, salt, pearl onions, and select spi...ces, these tangy little pickles are zesty and delicious. They are the traditional accompaniment to pates, smoked fish, and meats, as well as a necessary ingredient when serving Raclette. From the heart of Provence, these authentic French Cornichons will surely find a welcome home in your gourmet pantry. read more

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Arrope i Tallaetes is a blend of syrupy grape must and candied pumpkin. Produced throughout Spain, this molasses-like condiment wa...s actually brought by the Moors of North Africa as a way to preserve late-harvest fruits and vegetables. In ways, Arrope begins life like balsamic vinegar; grape juice, skins, and seeds are pressed into a pulp, then cooked down into a thick pulp of grape must. Unlike balsamic, Arrope isn't fermented into vinegar, but keeps its sweet, thick flavor of raisins, plums, and caramelized sugars. Then slices of pumpkin are cooked into the Arrope and mashed into a puree, adding additional sweetness and a creamy body to the jam. Arrope is an ancient preserve, used to sweeten everything from drinks to desserts. As cane sugar and beet sugar became cheap and widely available, Arrope became an increasingly rare, country condiment. Spoon Arrope over fresh chevre, Brie, or slices of young sheep's milk cheese. Try Arrope instead of honey to sweeten vinaigrettes and fruit salads. During summer, a spoonful of Arrope is surprisingly refreshing in ice water and seltzer. It's also perfect for finishing off ice cream, flans, seared foie gras, tangines of lamb, and to cut the richness of duck confit. Made only of grape must and pumpkin. No added sugar, pectin, or preservatives. read more

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Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese were inspired by a love of cheese and the pursuit of a good cheese companion. Based on a traditional ...Mediterranean recipe, meant to complement all cheeses, soft and hard. These biscuits will not overwhelm your cheese, but will enhance it and cause you to crave for more. Treat yourself and your guests to this unique combination of cheese and biscuits. All products are made from fresh natural ingredients and are baked to order for the retailer to maximize freshness. Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese; for the sake of cheese! Three varieties available: Almond Raisin: Especially good with goat cheeses, aged cheddars and blues but can be paired with almost any cheese. Hazelnut Fig: They are especially good paired with salty blue cheeses and soft sheep's milk cheeses. Pumpkin Seed with Rye: Especially good with Gruyere, stinky washed rind cheeses or bloomy rind cheeses like Camembert. Varieties sold separately. Certified Kosher Pareve by the OU. No Cholesterol, Trans Fat, or Added Salt or Fat. read more

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Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw's Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus a...nd the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish. Harvested from an Apiary in a real Florida Orange Grove, we love this bright and lively honey on Manchego and other aged sheep's cheeses. It's also perfect in tea, lemonade, or a pitcher of classic Southern sweet tea. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor, and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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Each season, Subarashii Kudamono Orchards in Pennsylvania hand-crafts a selection of their Asian Pears into this unique and tasty ...product. No oils, sugars, or preservative are used, making these pears completely additive free. Dried Asian Pears make a healthy, delicious snack. They're high in fiber and full of lutein, which is great for your eyes. Naturally sweet, soft, and chewy, with a wonderfully candy-like aroma, we love to serve these pears with a cheese plate, or just enjoy them with tea in the afternoon. read more

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In the Basque region of the Pyrenees, Agour produces a wide range of exceptional aged sheep's milk cheese, from P'tit Basque to Os...sau-Iraty. These cheeses pair wonderfully with local dark cherries, which is a classic Basque treat. Now, Agour has cooked these same dark cherries down into this thick, rich spread. Made of 65% dark cherries and sweetened with cane sugar, this spread is divine with your favorite aged sheep's milk cheeses. read more

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Effie's Homemade is a 4th generation family recipe with origins in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. These family recipes became a busines...s as they saw a market for people who love real food and crave a homemade taste. To that end, Effies has created this trio of tea biscuits from quality ingredients that we all know and love. Their crisp texture, hint of buttery sweetness, and a slightly salty finish make them a perfect treat any time of day. Oatcakes: Effie's Oatcakes are great by themselves, but they're also wonderful when paired with other specialty foods. Try them with sharp cheddar, blue Stilton, or in oakcake S'mores! Corncakes: Inspired by regional recipes of the Americas - cornmeal flatbreads, corn pones, johnnycakes ? Effie's Corncakes are crisp tea biscuits with a homey, toasted corn flavor and a hint of anise. Nutcakes: Effies combined the sweetness of Southern pecans with stone-ground whole wheat and wildflower honey to create these irresistible nutty tea biscuits. Effie's Pecan Nutcakes have a comforting flavor and buttery texture that make them perfect with your favorite hot or cold beverage. Try topping with stone fruit preserves, or pair with goat and blue cheeses. Cocoacakes: Effie's signature Oatcakes now have a chocolate-y twist. Effie?s Cocoacakes are crisp, buttery cookies lightly malted and layered with toasted coconut. Deep, dark and oh-so delicious, try with a glass of cold milk or crumble on top of your favorite ice cream. Ryecakes: Reminiscent of traditional European country breads, Effie?s Ryecakes have an earthy, walnut flavor and a touch of caraway. These crispy biscuits are lightly sweetened with a lingering butter flavor that begs for a robust cup of tea or coffee. A natural pairing, try Effie?s Ryecakes topped with sharp cheddar cheese alongside your favorite ale? it?s a classic! Varieties sold separately. read more

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At the start of the 20th century, Luigi Lazzaris and Son founded a small pastry shop in Conegliano Veneto, Italy. After much exper...imenting, he invented a sweet, spicy delicacy by mixing sugar, quince, candied fruit, and mustard oil together. Over the past 100 years, his confection has won many prizes. Although it was originally produced for a Christmas treat, mostarda is now consumed all year round. Mostardas originated in the 17th century when farming families prepared a special flour, mustard, vinegar, candied fruit, and wine must dressing (wine must is how the recipe adopted the name mostarda) for their holiday celebrations. Modern mostarda is made from fruit, sugar and mustard oil. Our varieties include: Apricot: Ideal with cold cuts and game or on buttered toast. Pear: perfect with Parmesan and Grana Padano or any aged, robust cheese. Orange: a combination of orange varieties and pure quality mustard oil; its sweet and sour taste is a perfect partner for roast duck, chicken, game and fresh, creamy cheeses. Fig: The fig has been used over the years to embellish simple dishes or adorn aristocratic recipes. An excellent accompaniment to game, hams and fresh or slightly mature cheeses. Cherry: Made with the world famous Italian Amarena cherry. Excellent with sheep's milk cheeses or lamb. Wild Berry: Made with wild harvested berries taken from the Venetian countryside. Pairs perfectly with deli meats and goat cheeses. Varieties sold separately. read more

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The white truffle hails from Italy's Piedmont region, and has an earthy, garlicky aroma and taste. This decadent treat adds armoma...tic flavor to any menu. It will jazz up risottos, baked potates, and asparagus. read more

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These crispy baked crackers from Tuscany are made with extra virgin olive oil and other natural Italian flavors. Perfect for dippi...ng, they are a must when setting out an antipasto selection. Imported from Italy and handmade without preservatives, Crostini Crackers are the perfect complement to any cheese or spread! Available in five wonderful varieties. read more

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Cornichons are crisp, tart, pickled, baby cucumbers. Drenched in a brine of white wine vinegar, salt, pearl onions, and select spi...ces, these tangy little pickles are zesty and delicious. They are the traditional accompaniment to pates, smoked fish, and meats, as well as a necessary ingredient when serving Raclette. From the heart of Provence, these authentic French Cornichons will surely find a welcome home in your gourmet pantry. read more

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Arrope i Tallaetes is a blend of syrupy grape must and candied pumpkin. Produced throughout Spain, this molasses-like condiment wa...s actually brought by the Moors of North Africa as a way to preserve late-harvest fruits and vegetables. In ways, Arrope begins life like balsamic vinegar; grape juice, skins, and seeds are pressed into a pulp, then cooked down into a thick pulp of grape must. Unlike balsamic, Arrope isn't fermented into vinegar, but keeps its sweet, thick flavor of raisins, plums, and caramelized sugars. Then slices of pumpkin are cooked into the Arrope and mashed into a puree, adding additional sweetness and a creamy body to the jam. Arrope is an ancient preserve, used to sweeten everything from drinks to desserts. As cane sugar and beet sugar became cheap and widely available, Arrope became an increasingly rare, country condiment. Spoon Arrope over fresh chevre, Brie, or slices of young sheep's milk cheese. Try Arrope instead of honey to sweeten vinaigrettes and fruit salads. During summer, a spoonful of Arrope is surprisingly refreshing in ice water and seltzer. It's also perfect for finishing off ice cream, flans, seared foie gras, tangines of lamb, and to cut the richness of duck confit. Made only of grape must and pumpkin. No added sugar, pectin, or preservatives. read more

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Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese were inspired by a love of cheese and the pursuit of a good cheese companion. Based on a traditional ...Mediterranean recipe, meant to complement all cheeses, soft and hard. These biscuits will not overwhelm your cheese, but will enhance it and cause you to crave for more. Treat yourself and your guests to this unique combination of cheese and biscuits. All products are made from fresh natural ingredients and are baked to order for the retailer to maximize freshness. Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese; for the sake of cheese! Three varieties available: Almond Raisin: Especially good with goat cheeses, aged cheddars and blues but can be paired with almost any cheese. Hazelnut Fig: They are especially good paired with salty blue cheeses and soft sheep's milk cheeses. Pumpkin Seed with Rye: Especially good with Gruyere, stinky washed rind cheeses or bloomy rind cheeses like Camembert. Varieties sold separately. Certified Kosher Pareve by the OU. No Cholesterol, Trans Fat, or Added Salt or Fat. read more

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Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw's Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus a...nd the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish. Harvested from an Apiary in a real Florida Orange Grove, we love this bright and lively honey on Manchego and other aged sheep's cheeses. It's also perfect in tea, lemonade, or a pitcher of classic Southern sweet tea. Bee Raw Honey offers raw, unfiltered, varietal honey for the American table. They source each honey from family-owned apiaries across the country, and each variety is derived from a single floral source, giving it distinct color, flavor, and aroma. No honey should be fed to infants 12 months or younger. read more

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Each season, Subarashii Kudamono Orchards in Pennsylvania hand-crafts a selection of their Asian Pears into this unique and tasty ...product. No oils, sugars, or preservative are used, making these pears completely additive free. Dried Asian Pears make a healthy, delicious snack. They're high in fiber and full of lutein, which is great for your eyes. Naturally sweet, soft, and chewy, with a wonderfully candy-like aroma, we love to serve these pears with a cheese plate, or just enjoy them with tea in the afternoon. read more

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In the Basque region of the Pyrenees, Agour produces a wide range of exceptional aged sheep's milk cheese, from P'tit Basque to Os...sau-Iraty. These cheeses pair wonderfully with local dark cherries, which is a classic Basque treat. Now, Agour has cooked these same dark cherries down into this thick, rich spread. Made of 65% dark cherries and sweetened with cane sugar, this spread is divine with your favorite aged sheep's milk cheeses. read more

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Effie's Homemade is a 4th generation family recipe with origins in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. These family recipes became a busines...s as they saw a market for people who love real food and crave a homemade taste. To that end, Effies has created this trio of tea biscuits from quality ingredients that we all know and love. Their crisp texture, hint of buttery sweetness, and a slightly salty finish make them a perfect treat any time of day. Oatcakes: Effie's Oatcakes are great by themselves, but they're also wonderful when paired with other specialty foods. Try them with sharp cheddar, blue Stilton, or in oakcake S'mores! Corncakes: Inspired by regional recipes of the Americas - cornmeal flatbreads, corn pones, johnnycakes ? Effie's Corncakes are crisp tea biscuits with a homey, toasted corn flavor and a hint of anise. Nutcakes: Effies combined the sweetness of Southern pecans with stone-ground whole wheat and wildflower honey to create these irresistible nutty tea biscuits. Effie's Pecan Nutcakes have a comforting flavor and buttery texture that make them perfect with your favorite hot or cold beverage. Try topping with stone fruit preserves, or pair with goat and blue cheeses. Cocoacakes: Effie's signature Oatcakes now have a chocolate-y twist. Effie?s Cocoacakes are crisp, buttery cookies lightly malted and layered with toasted coconut. Deep, dark and oh-so delicious, try with a glass of cold milk or crumble on top of your favorite ice cream. Ryecakes: Reminiscent of traditional European country breads, Effie?s Ryecakes have an earthy, walnut flavor and a touch of caraway. These crispy biscuits are lightly sweetened with a lingering butter flavor that begs for a robust cup of tea or coffee. A natural pairing, try Effie?s Ryecakes topped with sharp cheddar cheese alongside your favorite ale? it?s a classic! Varieties sold separately. read more

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