- n. Plural form of creamery.
“On her return to London in 1986, her first major import was a pallet of wine, which she stored in her parents' garage, but she soon found she was more interested in Spanish creameries and olive presses than wine cellars.”
“The creation of large central butter factories, supplied by numerous separating establishments or "creameries," has resulted in a considerable reduction in the cost of manufacture, since improved appliances, such as refrigerators, may be profitably worked at the larger establishments.”
“They travel to small towns, out-of-the-way farms and rural creameries to taste and source their cheeses first hand.”
“The flavors aren't as sophisticated, but the creameries are institutions," Luchetti notes, and the scoops served by East Coast ice cream shops are "double the size as you'll find in California.”
“He consolidated the output of dozens of creameries and made a global brand, and went on to fame and fortune as CEO of Heinz corp.”
“It is home to countless small dairies and creameries ... goat, sheep, cow.”
“Because creameries were creeped out by her mad-science heritage, Indianhead was able to pick her up on the cheap for $2,800 — about $1,000 less than a non-clone adult cow of the same age (calves cost much more — older animals depreciate like cars).”
“[Stilton] is created from cow's milk from a restricted list of creameries in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, but gets its name from the Cambridgeshire town, 80 miles north of London on the A1 where it was traditionally sold to resting travellers.”
“Of course, I had books about ice cream, I surfed the websites of my favorite creameries to check out their flavor lists, and I soon had a growing list of hundreds of possibilities, from parsnip ice cream to a myriad of chocolate varieties.”
“One form of agricultural co-operation, a lower form, has been astonishingly successful—the cheese-factories and creameries.”
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