The Marilyn Monroe of Mozzarella
burrata has summer lovin’ written all over her.
Simply a ball of mozzarella stuffed with cream-soaked mozzarella shreds,
she’s so voluptuous that her name means “buttered” in Italian.
luscious flavor that pairs with anything.
Bright, acidic wines like rosé, bubbly cocktails, and crisp beer are my favorites.
Maybe even add her to pizza with pesto and roasted tomatoes.
However you want her, burrata is DTF.
made locally and eat it within 1-2 days.
especially their truffled version.
What’s Her Name? Burrata.
What Kind of Cheese Is She? A fresh cheese made of cow’s milk and cream.
Where is She From? Southern Italy, but made in America, too.
Three Words That Describe Her: Luscious, refreshing, and easy-going.
Fun Fact: Each ball of her is stuffed with cream and scraps of fresh mozzarella.
What Does She Smell Like? Fresh and milky-sweet.
What Does She Feel Like? Firm on the outside and soft inside, like a custard-filled donut.
What Does She Taste Like? Cool milk followed by a burst of rich cream.
Favorite Foods: Acidic fruits like peach slices with aged balsamic vinegar, and fresh basil. Or lube her up with a drizzle of good olive oil, a sprinkle of sea salt, and freshly ground pepper, and dip a crunchy crostini into her creamy center. 🍑🍐🍅
Favorite Beverages: It’s all about refreshing, effervescent drinks. Try her with a dry rosé, Prosecco, bubbly cocktails, fizzy beers, or even sour ales.
Where to Find Her: BelGioioso Burrata is easy to find at most supermarkets, such as Whole Foods or Mariano’s. Ask your local monger or specialty foods store about local versions, too!