Definitions

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  • n. A quite hard blue cheese, from Spain, made from goat or sheep milk

Etymologies

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Examples

  • His classical training shows on the Frugal Friday menu, where crispy chicken wings with cabrales cheese is about the closest thing to generic comfort food.

    Will Craft-y Exec Chef Damon Wise Ditch the Colicchio Mother Ship?

  • Valdeon, Leon creamy and intense; similar to cabrales blue cheese but with sweeter, grassier tones made with pasteurized cow's milk, goat's milk, and sheep's milk

    Paige Donner: Greening Hollywood: Ciudad of Los Angeles

  • Datiles con Beicon y Almendras Dates stuffed with almonds and cabrales, wrapped in bacon:

    Augieland:

  • Datiles con Beicon y Almendras Dates stuffed with almonds and cabrales, wrapped in bacon: I love cabrales.

    Boqueria, 741 accuratillian stars

  • On my plate, in the role of strongest was a mixed sheep and cow's milk blue that was dark yellow in color and described as "similar to cabrales."

    Augieland:

  • Grilled flank steak w/ chimichurri sauce served w/ grilled red onions, cabrales blue cheese and whole wheat pita

    Tuna Toast

  • Third Ave., www. brasa.com, in Belltown, which rocks 5 p. m.-7 p.m. with specials that include half-off bar menu items like steak frites with cabrales butter $7 or a lamb burger for $5.50.

    The Seattle Times

  • (I, myself, am partial to cabrales and tetilla, rather than brie.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Brie Factor

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