Kabana vs Cabana - What's the difference?

kabana | cabana |


As nouns the difference between kabana and cabana

is that kabana is (label) a spicy smoked australian salami, made from pork and beef while cabana is hut.

kabana

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (label) A spicy smoked Australian salami, made from pork and beef.
  • * 2000 , Allan Campion, Michele Curtis, The Goods: Victoria’s Best Food and Wine Shops , Wakefield Press, page 34:
  • You can go for kabana , wedding sausage, csabai, smoked tongue, smoked butterfish or smoked chickens.
  • * 2011 , Bronwen Bryant, Kathleen Knights, Pharmacology for Health Professionals , 3rd edition, Elsevier Australia page 361:
  • aged, cured and pickled meats and fish—game, caviar, herring, sausages (kabana , pepperoni, salami), bacon, hot-dogs
  • * 2012 , William McInnes, The Laughing Clowns , Hatchette Australia, page 78:
  • Peter Kennedy was gazing up at Lisa and her coconut when he suddenly felt a looming presence, an uncomfortably close breath and the smell of kabana sausage.

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    cabana

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • a cabin or hut for relaxing
  • A shelter on a beach or at a swimming pool.
  • See also

    * cabin ----