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Old 08-06-2010, 09:26 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Default Good Italian deli in southern California?

I have not bought Parmesan at Corti brothers so I don't
know how much better it is than other Parmesan Reggiano's.
I would think any good cheese shop or upscale grocery
in L.A. would have reasonably good Reggiano.

I usually buy the stuff called "2 year export" or similar
but I don't really know what this means. Specialty
cheeserers will have Reggiano from specific farms. It's
usually better, but not by a huge margin.

Steve

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