Definitions

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  • n. A bakery, cooking house, plant or other factory used for the sole purpose of making cheese.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A cheese-factory.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I imagine this will be the case for Beecher's Handmade Cheese, the beloved Pike Place Market cheesery responsible for the frozen mac and cheese product that Oprah declared one of her favorite things alongside diamond watches, cashmere sweaters, and luxury cruises.

    What Happens When Your Food Is Oprah's Favorite Thing

  • Goat island = Yagi (means goat in Japanese) -- has goat flocks plus small creek Riada, dairy and cheesery, charnal house, Manages, a shop or two, lighter field, hostel

    SKENE ISLANDS

  • Parkdale's local grilled cheesery (Image: Jon Sufrin)

    torontolife.com

  • Visit the only winery in the city of Cape Town for a cellar tour and tasting; the old wine warehouses; a wine merchant; a cheesery for a demonstration on how cheese is made as well as a cheese and wine tasting; and a wine and food matching experience.

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  • This flat is located amongst streets with the captive names of the old professions, blacksmith, glassware, cheesery, in a barrio, Borne, which has undergone quite the transformation in the past ten years with new artisan and fashion shops, cozy cafes and restaurants, all enjoying the charm of this mainly peatonal district!

    We Blog A Lot

  • This flat is located amongst streets with the captive names of the old professions, blacksmith, glassware, cheesery, in a barrio, Borne, which has undergone quite a transformation in the past ten years with new artisan and fashion shops, cozy cafes and restaurants, all enjoying the charm of this mainly pedestrian district!

    We Blog A Lot

  • Almost as though he knew we were coming, he drops everything and graciously takes us on a tour of the many brick out-buildings - including the old brick granary with ventilating, lacy, brickwork - and shows us where the first dam was located, that, with a waterwheel, fueled what would be Vermont's first cheesery, and, in 1862, the first cheese co-op.

    RutlandHerald.com

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  • It takes an entire culture to make a cheese!

    February 7, 2010

  • Yay! Actually, 'nach, I think the safest way to procure cheese from the Venezuelan beaver is with a ten-foot pole. Hee, hee.

    (Had a 'procedure' today and took a vicodin a while ago...feeling kinda loopy. This could turn out to be quite an amusing Tuesday night!)

    September 16, 2009

  • Sionnach, I admire your restraint.

    September 15, 2009

  • dc: My faithful Alexandria correspondent assures me that Landini's is still in business, though she herself is not a regular patron.

    *not going to touch that Venezuelan beaver cheese reference with a ten-foot pole, nosiree bob!*

    September 15, 2009

  • (Seen on this page.)

    P.S. You had me at "There is a cheese emporium."

    September 15, 2009

  • Ha! It's been a while since I've been to Alex. Used to work there. I just remember my favorite Old Town restaurant, Landini Brothers. Yum! Wonder if it's still there...?

    It wasn't cheesey at all. A bit pricey, actually.

    *is tempted to call the cheesetique and ask for some Venezuelan Beaver Cheese*

    September 15, 2009

  • There is a cheese emporium in Alexandria, Virginia, called the cheesetique. It's right across the street from a frozen yoghurt establishment called The Dairy Godmother.

    September 15, 2009