Cambazola Blue Cheese (Whole Wheel) Approximately 5 Lbs by For The Gourmet at Old Cheney Road Farmers Market. MPN: 310808. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Cambazola Blue Cheese is a German cow's milk cheese produced in Bavaria. It is said that it gets its name from the two mother cheeses whose images it
Product Description & Reviews
Cambazola Blue Cheese is a German cow's milk cheese produced in Bavaria. It is said that it gets its name from the two mother cheeses whose images it was created in; Camembert and Gorgonzola. Like Camembert it is creamy with a thin edible you are serving this cheese as part of a salad or appetizer plate, allow for it to come up to room temperature so that the best in its flavors can be appreciated. Combazola is a wonderful melting cheese and makes a beautiful cheese sauce for steaks and pastas. Don't limit Cambazola to dinner though, it makes an excellent dessert cheese and is delicious served with bread, crackers and drizzled with honey.
Features & Highlights
- Made from Cow's milk
- Flavor: Mild
- Recommended Wine: Beaujolais Nouveau
- Product of Germany
- Whole Wheel
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