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Sopa de pixín con arroz. Receta asturiana

Sopa de pixín con arroz. Receta asturiana

Cabrales cheese is wrapped in Sycamore leaves, a tradition that began many years ago in northern Spain.

Cabrales cheese is wrapped in Sycamore leaves, a tradition that began many years ago in northern Spain. so good with a fruit paste.

Cabrales artisanal cheese making factory. Luis Carré/ © ICEX

Cabrales caves, whereas most blues are seeded before coagulation, Cabrales waits patiently for the fungus to arrive from the walls of their caves.

An 'extreme cheese' so pungent that it'll curl your tongue - Cabrales bleu cheese (Spain)

An 'extreme cheese' so pungent that it'll curl your tongue - Cabrales bleu cheese (Spain)

The Cabrales chese  is a typical chese from Asturias,is a blue-type cheese , this chese hasen"t got crust and this chese does with  milk.

The Cabrales cheese is a blue cheese a typical Asturian cheese. It is a railing milk cheese, sheep or sheep. It is mature cheese in caves of the Picos de Europa.

Afuega'l pitu is an unpasteurised cow's milk cheese from Asturias (Spain). The name comes from its tendency to stick to a person's palate ("pitu"). It is considered to be one of the oldest Spanish cheeses.    There are two varieties: normally white (blanco), and red (rojo) that is added paprika (pimentón) and/or cayenne pepper.    It also comes in soft and semi-hard varieties depending on the duration of curing.

Afuega'l pitu is an unpasteurised cow's milk cheese from Asturias (Spain). The name comes from its tendency to stick to a person's palate ("pitu"). It is considered to be one of the oldest Spanish cheeses. There are two varieties: normally white (blanco), and red (rojo) that is added paprika (pimentón) and/or cayenne pepper. It also comes in soft and semi-hard varieties depending on the duration of curing.