Making an old lady happy!

I had always lived in the Pittsburgh area and always used your [Lamagna] ricotta. When we moved to southern Maryland 7 years ago, I was disappointed that I couldn't find it.  The ricotta I could get tasted OK, but not Lamagna by a long shot, and the texture was just not to my liking.  A while back, I was in our local Food Lion and saw it!  I was thrilled!  My husband thought I had finally gone over the edge, I was hugging it and almost in tears.  Needless to say, we had lasagna and Cugini Rigatoni (recipe found in Tribune Review years ago and a favorite) the next two days.  Thanks to you and Food Lion for making an old lady happy. Marcia

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The Lamagna Family learned the art of cheese making in Italy, and we proudly brought our skills to America in 1928. Three generations later, that same attention to old world quality guides master cheese making. Learn more...