Italy’s Bufala Cheeses Grow Up

Aged bufala mozzarella

Italy’s Bufala Cheeses Grow Up
The Gritti family of Quattro Portoni: (from left) Alfio, Marina, Roberta, Elena and Bruno (Leonardo Picco)
From the Aug 31, 2021, issue

Aged bufala mozzarella is a relatively new phenomenon, giving the traditionally fresh cheeses added complexity by way of savory, meaty and brothy notes. Get recommendations for seven aged bufalas now.

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