Ingersoll, Ontario

. Ingersoll is situated north of and near Highway 401 (Ontario Highway 401). Oxford County Road 119 (formerly Ontario Highway 19) serves the town. The local high school is Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute. The area was well known for cheese production, and was home to the first such factory in Canada from approximately 1840. In 1866, a giant block of cheese weighing was produced at the James Harris Cheese Factory for promotion of the town's cheese

industry. The "Big Cheese" was exhibited in England and in the United States at the New York State Fair in Saratoga. Heavy manufacturing is currently Ingersoll's largest industry, including manufacturers such as CAMI Automotive, a General Motors (General Motors Canada) car manufacturing plant that was originally a joint venture with Suzuki Motors of Canada (Suzuki#Suzuki Canada Inc.). History The area was first settled by Thomas Ingersoll

; Attractions * Cheese and Agriculture Museum * Ingersoll Creative Arts Centre * Ingersoll Theatre of Performing Arts (ITOPA) Cultural resources Ingersoll Cheese Factory Museum and Sports Hall of Fame Ingersoll has the distinction of having been Oxford County's cheese capital from the mid-1800s to early 1900's, producing and packaging a good deal of the county's renowned cheddar. The museum showcases the town's unique history. The Sports Hall of Fame showcases the town's athletic


Yeghegnadzor

, the population is 9394 people, the number of the families is 2582. Yeghegnadzor was a major industrial center until the 1990s. The city's largest relay factory used to accommodate 1100 workers; there were 500 people working for the knitwear factory and 200 for the shoe factory. Placements were available at the cheese factory and carpet factory as well. The industrial companies that used to provide job opportunities for 35% of the population are now inactive. Currently, the biggest company

, and 70 hectares for administrative offices. The populated territory comprises 450 hectares. Agricultural operations include cattle breeding, farming, gardening, and bee-keeping. Wine, honey, meat, milk, cheese, egg, grain, and fruit are produced all over Yeghegnadzor. The privatization of the lands was carried out by 1740 families, the area of each land was 3000 sq km. About 12% of the population is engaged in agriculture. The city produces wine, honey, meat, milk, cheese, egg, grain and fruit

river and heading north to Yeghegnadzor. Buy *'''Wine''' - This being Armenia's wine country, you can buy wine in huge jugs on the side of the road, or bottles from a winery. You can also buy young wine, which is not very fermented yet, called majar. * '''Yeghegnadzor Buried Cheese'''- this traditional cheese is made nowhere else in the world. Goats milk and herbs are mixed and sealed in a clay pot and buried in the mountains for 6 months, at which point it is salty and sharp. Cheese


Villa de Etla

white cheese , tamales, frames for donkeys and goat barbacoa prepared in an earthen oven. The town The town of Villa de Etla is centered on the church and former monastery of San Pedro y San Pablo, with the layout of the original streets of the town marked off from it. The complex was completed in 1636 and consists of three parts, the church, the former monastery and the cloister, all constructed from green sandstone. The main portal of the church has a simple arch over which

, Mexico date October 21, 2001 page 7 language Spanish trans_title Home of handcrafts and gastronomy This market is best known for its locally produced variety of white cheese, but it also offers a number of kinds of traditional merchandise such as sheepskins, frames for packing donkeys, the green glazed pottery of Atzompa and tamales.

Christ. Afterwards, it is traditional to go to the municipal market next door to buy provisions for that day’s supper. This includes a bread called “pan Amarillo" cheese, honey, ice cream, tamales, tasajo, tlayudas, tortillas, fruits and flowers.


Tequisquiapan

, which has led to the construction of weekend homes in the town. Tequisquiapan is part of Querétaro’s Ruta de Vino (Wine Route) with La Redonda as the municipality’s major producer. Grape production began in the early 1960s, but has become important enough to be featured on the municipality’s seal. The town hosts the annual Feria Nacional del Queso y el Vino, (National Cheese and Wine Fair) which showcases southern Querétaro’s cheese and wine production. The town The town

elaborate although most are simple. These are most common in the former Indian neighborhoods of San Juan and Barrio de la Magdalena where they can be seen in the local chapels. Feria Nacional del Queso y el Vino thumb Scene at the Feria (File:FeriaQuesoVino31.jpg) The Feria Nacional del Queso y el Vino began in the 1980s as a means to promote the region’s wine and cheese production. The fair promotes

the 1,200,000 million bottles of wine and 400,000 kilograms of cheese the state produces each year. Most of the activity occurs at the La Pila Park, in the town center, but there are also cultural events, conferences, contests, charreadas, concerts and more associated with it. The main tent contains wine and cheese producers from the local area as well as the rest of Mexico and international companies. The event crowns


Chefchaouen

handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. The goat cheese native to the area is also popular with tourists. The countryside around it has a reputation for being a prolific source of kief. The Chefchaouen region is one of the main producers of cannabis in Morocco. Hashish is subsequently sold all over town, but is mostly the domain of native Chaouenis. A nearby attraction is the Kef Toghobeit Cave which is one

well known for olives and olive oil, and for goat cheese, which is sold on display in various shops. If eating in the medina, avoid restaurants on the Kasbah square (plaza Uta el Hamman) offering tourist menus for 45 dh (drinks not included): they will just serve you very low-quality ''kofte'' and ''harira'', for a more than average price. *

hours price lunch for 50Dh, all included content This little restaurant occupies both sides of the street, with tables on the road, under a tree, and on a roof terrace. Nice tajine and great cheese salad * *


Brookings, South Dakota

Twin City Fan 305 - 10 City of Brookings 222 The unemployment rate in Brookings is 3.2 percent, with a projected eight-year job growth of 23.31 percent. Bel Brands USA, Inc. a subsidiary of Paris-based multinational Fromageries BEL or BEL Group, began commercial construction of a 170,000-square-foot cheese production plant in July, 2014 in the city’s Foster Addition north of the Swiftel Center. The project added 250 new jobs in Brookings by the end of 2014

. Bel Brands USA, Inc. manufactures and markets branded cheeses, including The Laughing Cow® (The Laughing Cow) cheese wedges and Mini Babybel® (Mini Babybel) – America’s #1 branded snacking cheese; as well as Boursin®, Kaukauna®, Port Salut (Port Salut (cheese))®, Leerdammer®, WisPride®, Merkts®, Owls Nest®, Connoisseur®, and Price*s® natural and gourmet cheese spreads. Geography Brookings is located at

for Frank E. Bushnell, owner of the land on which the train depot was erected (the community was already built before but didn't have a name). Beginning as a farm town, Bushnell grew to encompass a railroad depot, cheese factory, and grain elevator at one point. In 1881 South Dakota College (South Dakota State University) was founded in nearby Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), and Bushnell's economy began to decline as the population shifted to the new college town. By the 20th century however


Duchy of Limburg

and Germany, at their "tripoint". The eastern part, which includes Eupen, is the administrative capital and northernmost part of the modern Belgian German-speaking Ostkantonen (Eupen-Malmedy). Of the various places known as Limburg, it is the Duchy of Limburg which is the origin of the pungent-smelling soft cheese known as Limburger, and today made in many places. (In modern Belgium, such cheese is known as Herve cheese, after the town of that name within the duchy

. After the defeat of the French empire, the eastern, German-speaking part of Duchy's lands were given to Prussia in the Congress of Vienna along with several other territories along what is today the Belgian-German border, but after the First World War, these lands became Belgian, re-uniting the original parts of the old Duchy. See also *Dukes of Limburg *Duchy of Limburg (1839–1867) *Limburger cheese *Neutral Moresnet References External links

''Provinces wallonnes''." Félix Rousseau, ''La Wallonie, terre romane'', 6th edition, Charleroi, 1993, p.120, DL 1993 0276 1 and the nickname ''Romande'' was commonly used to describe Walloons until the late 19th century. '''Limburger''' is a cheese that originated during the 19th century in the historical Duchy of Limburg, which is now divided among modern-day Belgium (Limburg (Belgium)), County of Limburg Germany


Tubas

and became major town in the District of Nablus, particularly known for its timber and cheese-making. It came under the British Mandate of Palestine in 1917, annexed by Jordan after their capture of the town in the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, and then occupied by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War. The Palestinian National Authority has had complete control of Tubas since it was transferred to them in 1995. And Israel was taken 80% earth form tubas as Bardala, Ein ALbeda

and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700–1900: Notes University of California Press. According to traveler Herbert Rix, compared to other towns of its size in Samaria, Tubas was "well-to-do" and had abundant amounts of timber which was harvested for firewood. Tubas, unlike the villages in the rest of the district, depended on livestock and not olives for income. Livestock products included cheese, clarified butter, woolen rugs, tents, ropes

. The factory specializes in the production of Italian cheese and primarily targets cosmopolitan consumers in Ramallah, Bethlehem and Jerusalem as well as international workers and diplomats living in the West Bank. Irving, 2012, p. 55. Government Tubas serves as the ''muhfaza'' ("capital" or "seat") of the Tubas Governorate. Since 1995, Tubas has been located in Area A, giving the PNA full control over its security, administration


San Andrés Cholula, Puebla

name "laciudad" Other traditional foods here include Cholulteca soup, cecina with chili pepper strips and queso de canasta cheese, a type of edible larvae called cueclas, and "orejas de elefante"

; (elephant ears) which is an enormous tortilla with beans inside and salsa, cheese and cheese outside. Many Cholutecans still use their pre-Hispanic surnames, such as former town

of festivals as well. The Feria del Nopal (Nopal Cactus Fair) in San Bernardino Tlaxcalanzingo celebrates the main crop grown in the municipality. It occurs during the first week of June. The Feria del Queso (Cheese) (Cheeses of Mexico) Fair) is held in Santa Maria Tonantzintla and in held in honor of the Virgin of the Conception. There is an exposition and sale of local cheeses at the main plaza of the municipality on the first weekend of August. ref name "andrestur" >


Antakya

Ekmek '': Ingredients in Katıklı Ekmek usually consist of wheat, traditional pepper (paste), spices such as sesame and theme, çökelek or cheese. It looks like an ancestor of pizza. Not a lot of restaurants serve it, however it can be found in old-market that is located in the centre and Harbiye. * Pomegranate syrup, used as a salad dressing, called ''debes ramman'', a traditional Levantine Arabic (Levantine cuisine) dressing. * ''Semirsek'', a thin bread with hot Capsicum pepper

- the spicy sun-dried cheese * Eels from the Orontes, spiced and fried in olive oil ;Sweets Desserts * ''Künefe (Kanafeh)'' - a hot cheese, ''kadaif''-based sweet. Antakya is Turkey's ''künefe'' capital; the pastry shops in the centre compete to claim being kings * ''Müşebbek'' - rings of deep fried pastry. * ''Peynirli İrmik Helvası'' - Peynirli İrmik Helvası is a dessert that is made of semolina, sugar and traditional cheese

. İskenderun is also an important naval training base. Cuisine Distinctive İskenderun dishes include Künefe (Kadaif#Kun.C4.81fah.2FK.C3.BCnefe), a hot dessert with cheese. The main dishes include the Turkish staples such as döner and other kebabs served in the flat dürüm bread, lahmacun, and also Antakya influenced cuisine including kibbeh, and sour pomegranate syrup used as a salad dressing. İskenderun in particular offers good quality fish and prawns


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