One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A pungent blue cheese from Spain.
- ‘We were contacted by some people from Spain and they denied the presence of maggots in Cabrales.’
- ‘Contrary to popular belief, authentic Cabrales is wrapped in aluminum foil, not leaves.’
- ‘The chef at the restaurant has whipped her Cabrales up into a fluffy, tangy, savoury flan and served it with a chutney and some crumbly cracker.’
- ‘If you taste Cabrales with other cheeses, make sure that the Cabrales is the last in the sequence, because of the intensity of the flavor.’
- ‘In a bowl with an electric mixer cream together the Cabrales and the cream cheese until the mixture is smooth.’
Spanish, from cabra ‘goat’.
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