07 September 2009

ThE LanD of CHEeSE



SAY CHEESE!!!
The Netherlands is known of its windmills, clogs and tulips not to be forgotten is the cheese. It is one of the best export products. Dutch has been making cheese since 400 AD. Nowadays, HOlland is the largest exporter of cheese in the world. Its dairy industry has turnover around of 7 billion EURO. They have hundreds of dairy products. Dutch people don't drink water, they drink fresh milk during breakfast and lunch. They use milk in many ways like cooking, baking, etc. During parties cheese is always there.
Alkmaar is one of the municipalities which is known of its cheese market. The pictures above are taken in Alkmaar cheese market.
Every year around 300,000 people visit the Alkmaar Cheese Market in Waagplein.
Visitors come from all corners watch how cheese is sold. The cheese market is an attraction, which is known far beyond our borders.
A beautiful setting, a colorful, spectacular event, a tradition to uphold.
Cheese Carriers show how the cheese has 400 years carried on stretchers. Every Friday morning large numbers of people visiting the colorful spectacle.
In Holland Cheese Museum you can see how the cheese are made in a tradional and modern way.
I put ham and cheese in my sliced bread for lunch.
My daughter likes cheese.
We have different kinds of cheese.
Do you eat cheese?
What kind of cheese you like?

10 smart remarks:

jenie Wednesday, September 09, 2009  

YUMMMMMY!

in the Philippines, cheese is expensive. especially those that I love most, mozzarella. i love cooking, and if i'm in netherlands, im sure to cook with different kinds of cheese=)

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eva Wednesday, September 09, 2009  

wow! i love cheese. i hope to visit Netherlands someday.

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kcatwoman Thursday, September 10, 2009  

so everything in that plate is cheese? wow! the only cheese i know are parmesan and mozarella and pimiento? do i even sound right? anyway, have a nice day

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Laurencita Friday, September 11, 2009  

Oh! cheese! I thought I am looking in a fairy tales book. I love cheese and ham sandwich.

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eden Friday, September 11, 2009  

sarap naman.. i love cheese..

have good weekend

mark Saturday, September 12, 2009  

wow! so yummy to look.,, but actually i am not into cheese...

bea trisha Monday, September 14, 2009  

wow./..

looks so yummy...!!!

i wanna go there too...~

veronica Monday, September 14, 2009  

!!!!!!!!CHEESE!!!!!!!!
it suddenly makes me hungry :) lol

dhemz Tuesday, September 15, 2009  

oh my gosh....are those cheese...wowwe...super dami...grabi...heheheh! kalami ana te kay dagko man kaau.

sweet_shelo Tuesday, September 15, 2009  

wow big cheeses.. grabe ang lalaki nila .. hehe.. i love cheese also.. I love munching pieces of it.. Cheddar gusto ko..

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I make this blog for foreigners who will live in this country, THE NETHERLANDS. Foreigners who are engaged or married they have to learn a lot of things about their new home like the culture, architectures, landscape, government, dikes etc. Especially the Dutch language which is very important in their social life. It is very difficult if they cannot communicate with other people. Most people speak Dutch, only few speaks English.
For visitors and readers, this will give you an idea what this country is. This small country ranks no. 5 in the economic stability in EUROPE. Their architectures like palaces, castles, dikes, ports (air and sea) are amazing.
Their culture is very interesting.

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