American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A soft cheese originating in Hungary.
- n. A cheese spread made of Liptauer or a cream cheese substitute and seasonings.
- n. dish or cheese spread made with sheep's-milk cheese, goat's milk cheese, quark cheese or cottage cheese, part of Hungarian cuisine
- German, after Liptau (Liptó), Hungary. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“As long as I make Liptauer separate post, recipes included, to follow for him, he will be happy as a clam.”
“Joanna, I am so intrigued to hear that you made Liptauer!”
“We had red-hot stuffed paprika pods, Liptauer cheese mixed salmon-pink with paprika, and these and other things washed down with beer and cataracts of hospitable talk.”
“I mention that we had dinner, not because I think that the information will prove exciting to the reader, but because I wish to warn my countrymen, travelling in Germany, against undue indulgence in Liptauer cheese.”
“The food at Kafe Leopold is also some of the finest in Georgetown; the Liptauer Crostini features Austrian cheese spread on toast points with peas, fava beans and shaved pecorino.”
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