Rascherais a semi-hard cheese typical of the region of Piedmont, in the north of Italy. It is made with raw or pasteurized cow milk, to which a small amount of sheep's and/or goat's milk may be added. It has a savory and salty taste,
This cheese has been awarded the Italian "protected designation of origin" (PDO or DOP in Italian) in july 1996.
Edam is a semi-hard cheese that originated in the Netherlands, and is named after the town of Edam in the province of North Holland. Edam is traditionally sold in flat ended spheres with a pale yellow interior and a coat, or rind, of red paraffin wax.
Less well-known than Parmesan cheese, Pecorino Romano is still one of the most appreciated Italian cheeses. Made with sheep’s milk, it possesses a slightly sharper taste. It is also saltier, with a stronger taste and crumblier texture. How to use it Pecorino Romano is a quintessential ingredient in beloved pasta dishes such as carbonara and amatriciana, but its versatility goes well beyond these classics.
We believe that all grilled cheese sandwiches require at least three delicious cheeses, and Edamer is one of our top picks. Layer this mild cheese with Emmental, Grana Padano, Taleggio of Fontina for the most sophisticated toasted sandwich or panino.