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The Passing Of The Two Summers

With the start of the New Year, most of us start watching what we eat more closely than usual. We take the pledge to eat healthier and be conscious of the food that we put into our body. It is important to know where ingredients come from and that is why we make sure we use only the finest and freshest ingredients  in our meals.  Our meals our made without any preservatives or fillers so you are able to read each ingredient easily on the side of the box and feel good about what you are eating.

One of the ingredients we take pride in using in our meals is Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. This cheese is truly an artisan product that is made by hand by cheese masters in Italy. Each master spends days, even holidays, watching over the cheese and making sure it is processing the correct way as it takes time to bring the cheese to perfection.

It takes at least 24 months from the time the cheese is made for it to achieve the highest level of quality.  The cheese masters are there for every step of the way and they refer to the process of the cheese maturing as the “passing of the two summers”.

There are many benefits that Parmigiano Reggiano cheese provides your body from being an excellent source of calcium as well as offering other vitamins and minerals that nourish your body. Of course, everything is in moderation, so we use this cheese to accent our meals such as our Eggplant Parmesan.

We take pride in using Parmigiano Reggiano in our meals along with our other finest ingredients to bring you great tasting, preservative free, authentic family meals you can enjoy throughout the year and feel good about what you are eating.



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  1. b. wickern says:

    Please bring back your authentic Italian SAUSAGE lasagna, it was ground sausage (with fennel too?… mmmmm…) not the tough, who-knows-what’s-in-it?-pressed and formed junk in most frozen foods. Yours was really good and we don’t understand why it was discontinued.

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