Burrata is a Cheese That Pleases

Four years ago, Romans began flocking to a bar called Òbikà to order mozzarella, served in little bowls, accompanied by artisan products like prosciutto and carpaccio, as if they had never tasted it before
Despite the Japanese-sounding name and the sushi-bar look and logo, everything at Òbikà is Italian, and the cheese is trucked from the mozzarella homeland... Cheese Balls - Burrata, mozzarella stuffed with cream-soaked mozzerella | theatlantic.com





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