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  • n. A firm, compact cheese made in the La Mancha region of Spain, aged for between 60 days and two years and made from the milk of Manchega sheep.


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  • 'Manchego' is a cheese, but there's no cheese in aporreadillo.


  • Manchego is widely available north of the border, but Monterrey Jack is a good substitute.

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  • Mr. Love tweaks Western cuisine by blending Texan ingredients -- beef, buffalo, and antelope, for example -- with global ones, such as Manchego from Spain or yucca, a root found in South America.

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  • Whole Foods 'trucks travel more than 35 million kilometres annually, delivering organic and natural products to its 284 North American outlets, items such as Manchego cheese from Spain and Himalania-chocolate-covered Goji berries from China.

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  • But visitors might do best to sample U.S. Open staples such as like indulging in the tender bone-in-ribeye served with a dab of creamy horseradish sauce ($46) at Champions or a fresh baguette topped with crushed tomatoes, serrano jamon, and slices of Manchego cheese ($9) at Wine Bar Food.

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  • The cheese and meat were barely perceptible in a salad billed as “arugula, pea vines, duck proscuitto, Manchego” — an unruly, overdressed tangle of six-inch-long pea vines and spicy arugula.

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  • Seven, three European cheeses: tangy Manchego with membrillo, creamy ashed Morbier with red pepper honey, sweet Gorgonzola Dolce on—

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  • Manchego and Chianti would at least get him into the last decade.

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  • I reluctantly ruled out the churros with chocolate sauce and the Manchego y Membrillo, but I was absolutely stuck on arroz con leche vs. the Ubiquitous Flan.


  • And while the end result may not be as creamy as Brie, as smoky as Gouda or as nutty as Manchego — the end result is still recognizably cheese and a darn tasty one at that.

    queso blanco | Homesick Texan


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