ColdFusion's "queryable results cache" is pretty unique.  I don't know of 
any database layers or ORMs that support that functionality out-of-the-box. 
They basically replace the upstream database with the results as a 
"materialized view", and act as the database server for that view.  

There is an official recipe/example for caching results with relations on 
dogpile 
(https://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/latest/orm/examples.html#module-examples.dogpile_caching),
 
but it doesn't really do what you want.  There may be a 3rd party library 
that does what you want.

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