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Grana Padano Cheese

from The Kitchn

Seek It Out: Grana Padano — The Cheesemonger

Grana Padano The best parmesan cheese I've ever tasted. Even if you don't like parmesan (it's "stinky"), give it a try. A little pricier, but well worth it. Sweet, nutty, moist, and not "stinky" at all!

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from Martha Stewart

Cacio e Pepe: Technique is All-Important

Everyone’s an expert when it comes to this sublime amalgam of pasta, cheese, and black pepper. Some cooks prefer to simply toss hot pasta with Pecorino Romano in the age-old way. Others like to create a creamy pan sauce, relying primarily on Grana Padano, which, unlike Pecorino, melts beautifully. We’re in the latter camp (and we up the ante by adding the brightness of lemon), but that means technique is all-important.

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from About.com Food

Celery Salad with Grana Padano Cheese

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from Fuss Free Flavours

The Story Behind Grana Padano DOP

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from Lavender and Lovage

Rustic Tuscan Bean Casserole with Grana Padano Cheese Croutons

Lavender and Lovage | Rustic Tuscan Bean Casserole with Grana Padano Cheese Croutons | http://www.lavenderandlovage.com

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from familystyle food

Creamy cauliflower and grana padano soup

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Grana Padano is a hard, all natural Italian cheese. Grana Padano was first created by Cistercian monks approximately 1,000 years ago as way for the dairy farmers of northern Italy's Po Valley to preserve excess milk from their herds. By the 15th century, Grana Padano was one of the most popular cheeses in Italy, and today continues to be Italy's best selling cheese worldwide. "Grana" comes from Latin for grainy, as this cheese does have a grainy texture.

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