We know that Parmigiano Reggiano is supposed to be the king of pasta cheese. It’s rarified (true Parmigiano only uses milk produced between May 5 and November 11, from cows that eat only grass and hay), aged (it must age for a period of at least a year), and tasty. For our money, however, we prefer the slightly nuttier taste of Grana Padano or the salty bite of Pecorino Romano. Just because our true cheese passion lies elsewhere, however, doesn’t mean that we’re immune to a heartfelt tribute to Parmigiano Reggiano. Especially when it’s delivered by dancing foodstuffs. Happy Monday, everyone.