Casciotta d'Urbino

Casciotta d'Urbino

Casciotta d'Urbino or Casciotta di Urbino is a type of Caciotta cheese, made in the Province of Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region, central Italy. This cheese is generally made of between 70-80% sheep milk with 20-30% cows milk. First made in ancient times, this cheese, it is said was a favourite of Michelangelo and Pope Clement XIV. Local legend has it that the name came about from a mis-pronunciation of 'Caciotta' by a local civil servant, some say it is derived from the local ... more on Wikipedia

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