Recent Examples of fontina from the Web
Manfredini explains that in more southern areas of Italy, provolone and mozzarella will be more widely prevalent in various forms, whereas in northern Italy, cheeses such as fontina may reign supreme.
Be sure to use a cheese that pairs well with fruit, such as fontina, Gouda or brie.
Pasta wrappers of perfect, sturdy thickness hold fontina and two kinds of Parmesan.
Roast (upper rack) for about 20 minutes, or until the fontina has melted and the wontons wrappers are golden brown at the edges.
Chef Kevin Ritchie’s highly satisfying creation consists of thin layers of pasta, fontina and Orland Farmstead Creamery Ricottage (a ricotta/cottage cheese hybrid) cheeses and béchamel and Bolognese sauces.
For a (slightly) lighter take, Berkeley’s Jupiter serves its beer and cheese fondue ($7.25), made with house lager, fontina and garlic, with warm foccacia or toasty sourdough bread for dipping.
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Origin and Etymology of fontina
First Known Use: 1938See Words from the same year
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