Cabrales

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noun Ca·bra·les \kə-ˈbrä-ˌlās\
variants: less commonly

Cabrales cheese

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Cabrales blue cheese

Definition of Cabrales

  1. :  a blue cheese made in Asturias, Spain from a combination of cow's, sheep's, and goat's milk … bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with chorizo and Cabrales … — Richard Gorelick, Baltimore Sun, 17 Sept. 2012

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Origin and Etymology of cabrales

after Spanish queso de Cabrales, from Cabrales, municipality in Asturias where the cheese is made


First Known Use: 1910


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