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[mass noun] A rich, white, mild, creamy cheese of a kind originally made in Italy.
- ‘Try Bel Paese in pasta sauces or melted with a little milk or panna and tossed with risotto.’
- ‘The mild flavor of the anchovies blends beautifully with Bel Paese cheese and capers.’
- ‘Although it bears a different shape (appearing as wheels or medallions), Bel Paese actually acts and tastes quite similar to Mozzarella.’
- ‘Literally, ‘beautiful country’, Bel Paese got it's name from the name of a book by the cheesemaker's friend.’
- ‘Below is a list of Wisconsin businesses that produce Bel Paese.’
Italian, literally fair country.
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