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 Translation for 'goat cheese' from English to Russian
SYNO chevre | goat cheese
гастр.
козий сыр {м}
goat cheese
гастр.
козий сыр {м}
goat's cheese
Partial Matches
зоол.T
коза {ж}
goat
гастр.
сыр {м}
cheese
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гастр.инстр.
сырный нож {м}
cheese knife
занятиепищ.
сыровар {м}
cheese maker
гастр.
творог {м}
curd cheese
гастр.
тёртый сыр {м}
grated cheese
творожная паста {ж}cheese spread
гастр.
ассортимент {м} сыра
choice of cheese
гастр.
запечёный в сыре {adj}
au gratin with cheese [postpos.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Technically, the name "true goat's cheese" is misleading, since goat cheese (such as the French chèvre) is relatively uncommon in Norway, and is commonly called "Hvit geitost" ("white goat's cheese") to avoid confusion.
  • High-quality produce comes from the region's hinterland, especially goat cheese. This region and in the Vendée is grazing ground for "Parthenaise" cattle, while poultry is raised in Challans.
  • J contracts E coli and a possible cause is Jo Sugden's (Roxanne Pallett) organic goat cheese.
  • It is made by pounding millet, goat cheese, dates, milk and sugar and is served on festivals.
  • Pantysgawn, also known as Pant-Ysgawn, is a brand of goat cheese produced in Blaenavon, Wales.

  • Cabécou is a soft goat cheese that comes from the Midi-Pyrénées region of southern France.
  • The area is also noted for its goat cheese. The nearby village of Chavignol, which gave its name to the cheese – Crottin de Chavignol – is located on the territory of the commune.
  • In Smedalen there has been, and still is, dairy farming in the summer. Goats, cows and sheep are herded in the rich mountain pastures and goat cheese is still sold in some places.
  • With a population of approximately 100 people and 500 goats, Undredal is famous for the brown goat cheese (geitost) that is still produced the traditional way.
  • The cheese ripens starting with the bloomy mold exterior, resulting in a core of fresh goat cheese surrounded by a runny shell.

  • Liptauer is a spicy cheese spread from Slovakian, Austrian and Hungarian cuisine. Liptauer is made with sheep milk cheese, goat cheese, quark, or cottage cheese.
  • St-Jean-Pied-de-Port specializes in goat cheese, like the Ossau-Iraty AOP cheese, artisanal trout breeding and piperade omelette with peppers and Bayonne ham.
  • Also, Van Effenterree noted that the word τυρό(ν) ("cheese") seems to occur twice in the Greek part of the first Dreros bilingual and suggested the text concerned the offering of goat cheese to Leto, the mother goddess of the Delphinion triad, and that the words "isalabre" and "isaluria" were related words with the meaning of "(goat) cheese".
  • Among the largest food-processing plants of the town are the Maran Winery opened in 1992, Old Bridge Winery opened in 1998, Getnatoun Winery opened in 1999, Golden Goat cheese factory opened in 2000, Selim LLC for dairy products founded in 2002, and Yeghegndazor Cannery opened in 2015.
  • Created in the town of Vélez, the Veleño Sandwich is prepared with the pulp of ripe Guava and is wrapped in a bijao leaf, giving it a characteristic flavor. It is sometimes paired with goat cheese.

  • Inagh is also home to the organic goat cheese farm of St Tola.
  • Local ranchers raise endemic cows, sheep and goats (from which they make goat cheese).
  • Goat cheese, goat's cheese, or chèvre ([...] or [...]; from French "fromage de chèvre" 'goat cheese'), is cheese made from goat's milk.
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