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Who knows what queso is?
Queso is Spanish for cheese Chili con Queso is Chili with Cheese, Salsa con Queso is Salsa with Cheese. So Queso is simply Cheese in Spanish! For a little more in debth it was derived from the Latin word Caseus which was possible derived from the proto-Indo-European root *kwat-, which means "to ferment, become sour". I hope this has answered your question!!
FRESH CHEESES: The most popular varieties of Hispanic cheese are fresh, white cheeses with names like "Queso Blanco", "Panela", "Queso Fresco", "Queso Del Pais", and "Queso Para Freir". ... http://www.specialcheese.com/queso.htm
Order a bowl of queso in a TexMex restaurant and I'll guarantee you that they will bring you a bowl of Chili Con Queso.
queso in TexMex restaurants is short for Chili Con Queso which is a cheese sauce and dip. Can be quite tasty.
it is cheese in spanish everybody knows that duh lol
who knows and who cares? no efence .......!
yes i do it is poopy coe in spanish lol
it means cheese