adjective Italian Cookery.
Origin of parmigiana
Definition for parmigiano (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for parmigiano
Do not even consider committing the solecism of serving it with parmigiano.
Parmigiano, the eminent painter, was full of the wildness of genius.Genius in Sunshine and Shadow|Maturin Murray Ballou
For Parmigiano was engaged on this very picture, in Rome, during the German sack of the city in 1527.
The head of a child by Parmigiano; a large picture by Breughel.Recollections of the late William Beckford|Henry Venn Lansdown
Parmigiano's picture is thus, in the truest sense, historical.
The decorum and well-grounded study of Tibaldi, the invention of the learned Primaticcio, and a little of the grace of Parmigiano.Six Centuries of Painting|Randall Davies