Being a girl from Wisconsin I love cheese!! I like to add it to just about everything. I really enjoy Italian cheese. I love the rich flavors of Parmesan and Romano. They add so much flavor by using just a little in a recipe. I was excited to try some great Premium Cheese from Mama Francesca.
Mama Francesca makes the prefect blends of cheese to help make your meal taste better and to keep everyone coming back for more. They have 6 different flavor combinations that come in easy to use shaker containers including the following:
Audace – Parmesan & Romano
Terzetto– Parmesan, Asiago & Romano
Perfectto – Classic Parmesan this is Rex’s favorite on Friday night pizza.
Fiero – Parmesan & Red Pepper my favorite on everything!
Aromatico – Parmesan, Basil & Oregano yummy on spaghetti.
Pungente – Parmesan & Garlic wonderful on roasted cauliflower or cream of cauliflower soup.
I use Mama Francesca in all of my Italian cooking now. The combination of flavors are great and they add so much to a meal I never serve a bland meal now. When we have pizza, salads, spaghetti, lasagna, soups and even bread we now add Mama Francesca Premium Cheeses. Most meals you will see a container on the table.
Mama Francesca has offered one of my readers same products I tried. You must be 18+ and have a US shipping address. Leave a comment on what your favorite food would be to add cheese – share a recipe if you like. Extra entry for following Mama Francesca on Facebook. Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Nov 15, 2013. Enter daily for more chances to win!
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