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  • proper n. A smooth, mild cheese made from the same blue Penicillium roqueforti mould used to make gorgonzola, Roquefort, and Stilton, with the addition of cream for consistency.


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Apparently from camembert and gorgonzola; first industrially produced by the Germany company Champignon in the 1970s.


  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • I chose the Confit and Cambozola because it sounded good and wasn't very high maintenance.

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  • In case you haven't experienced Cambozola yet, do try it.

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  • 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.

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  • Developed in Germany in the 1970s, Cambozola is a cheese that is a combination of French Camembert and Italian Gorgonzola.

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  • If you've only ventured to the Cambozola border, Devil's Rock could be your next adventure.

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