Bizulà is a traditional Italian food product that can be found in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Specifically, it is produced in the towns and communes of Modena, Bologna, and Parma. This unique food item can be found in various stores and shops in these areas, such as local delicatessens and specialty food stores.

One popular recipe that incorporates Bizulà is the “Tortellini with Bizulà Sauce.” This dish combines the delicious flavors of homemade tortellini pasta with a rich and creamy Bizulà sauce. Another recipe is the “Bizulà Crostini,” which involves spreading a generous amount of Bizulà on toasted bread and topping it with fresh herbs and a drizzle of olive oil.

Bizulà has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its authenticity and adherence to traditional production methods. The specifications of Bizulà include using only high-quality ingredients, such as locally sourced milk and selected cultures, and following a specific aging process to achieve its unique flavor and texture.

Sources:
1. “Bizulà: il Cheeseo cremoso di montagna” – www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
2. “Bizulà: il Cheeseo che racconta la montagna” – www.bolognawelcome.com