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Grana Padano cheese has been a part of Italy's proud gastronomic heritage for nearly 1000 years. A staple in Italian cuisine, it has become the world's best-selling PDO cheese. It has a fine grainy structure and a mellow, tasty, yet never overpowering, flavor, and can be found aged between 9 months to over 24 months. Grana Padano possesses unique nutritional features and is naturally lactose free due to its production characteristics and the long ageing process.

turkey dumplings

You’ll Love These Moist And Cheesy Turkey Dumplings

Turkey dumplings with squash and cheese are a luscious treat as a party appetizer or part of a meal. Make a big batch of these—they’ll surely be a hit!

artichoke soup

Artichoke Soup For The Cheese Lover’s Soul

In this artichoke cappuccino, artichoke soup gets a layer of light, frothy cheese. This sophisticated dinner party starter looks as elegant as it tastes.

puff pastry straws

Puff Pastry Straws Wrapped in Prosciutto

Jazz up store-bought puff pastry with a dash of cheese and ribbon of prosciutto. Like a sophisticated cheese puff, these cheese straws are a hit at parties.

arugula salad

An Arugula Salad Worthy of Your Next Brunch

A poached egg, shaved cheese, and truffle oil make simple arugula salad more indulgent. This treat assembles quickly for brunch, lunch, or dinner.

tarte flambee

Tarte Flambée With Grana Padano For An Easy Italian Treat

An Italian take on tarte flambée uses onions, prosciutto di San Daniele, and Grana Padano atop thin, crispy dough—as fun as pizza, but with a lighter feel.

cheese puffs

Cheese Puffs+Prosciutto=Finger Food Favorite

Crispy cheese puffs with a side of prosciutto will be a hit at any holiday party. Grana Padano is the key to that irresistible crunch.


Savory Flan For An Easy Weeknight Dinner

Fluffy, savory flan with Grana Padano and zucchini is perfect with shrimp and briny olives. Simple for weeknights at home, but special enough for guests.


Kräuterflädle: Little ‘Herb Pancakes’ From Germany

Thin and chewy like a French crepe, enjoy these German herb pancakes, Kräuterflädle, with a German ale.