bowl of cottage cheese

English

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Etymology

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First known use is from 1831 in the periodical Godey's Lady's Book. Believed to have originated because the simple cheese was usually produced in cottages from any left-over milk after making butter.

Noun

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cottage cheese (countable and uncountable, plural cottage cheeses)

  1. A cheese curd product with a mild flavor that is drained but not pressed so some whey remains.
    Synonyms: curd cheese, (US) Dutch cheese, (Pennsylvania) smear case
    Hyponyms: farmer cheese, quark, mató, ricotta, tvorog

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Dutch

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English cottage cheese.

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  • IPA(key): /ˌkɔtətʃ ˈtʃiːs/

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cottage cheese m (uncountable)

  1. cottage cheese
    Synonyms: huttenkaas, hüttenkäse
    Hyponym: kwark

Swedish

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English cottage cheese.

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cottage cheese m (uncountable)

  1. cottage cheese
    Synonyms: keso, grynost
    Hyponym: färskost
    • 2014 May 17, Göran Frost, “Arla rekryterar till Falkenberg [Arla is recruiting for Falkenberg.]”, in P4 Halland:
      Ombyggnaden av det före detta ostmejeriet i Falkenberg till cottage cheese-produktion följer tidsplanen, och i oktober ska produktionen vara i gång.
      The renovation of the former cheese factory in Falkenberg for cottage cheese production is proceeding according to schedule, and production is set to start in October.