- Apparently from camembert and gorgonzola; first industrially produced by the Germany company Champignon in the 1970s. (Wiktionary)
“I jab at the last piece of Cambozola, remarking inwardly to myself that Roquefort would undoubtedly have been a much better choice of cheese in this context, its firm yet crumbly texture infinitely more pleasing on the fork than these rubbery, yielding cubes.”
“All that time with complete access to French cheeses and you choose Cambozola?”
“I am eating a lambs lettuce and Cambozola salad in a discreet restaurant somewhere in Kensington, marvelling at how much a life can change in a very short time.”
“Inside the train car, we lunched on a picnic we packed of Dutch hard goat cheese, Irish “Blarney” cheese (whatever the hell that is), Cambozola blue veined brie, and sesame crackers washed down with a spicy, pleasantly complex zinfandel from D Cubed.”
“Let's pretend to enjoy a nice Chateau Margaux and some excellent Cambozola cheese and crackers and chat about those Bond-yet-not-Bond moments in film.”
“I chose the Confit and Cambozola because it sounded good and wasn't very high maintenance.”
“In case you haven't experienced Cambozola yet, do try it.”
“Happened to have some Cambozola cheese one of my favorites! in the refrigerator, so I melted some on a toasted roll, with a slice of avocado, and I was set.”
“Developed in Germany in the 1970s, Cambozola is a cheese that is a combination of French Camembert and Italian Gorgonzola.”
“If you've only ventured to the Cambozola border, Devil's Rock could be your next adventure.”
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