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Edam

(ādäm`), town (1994 pop. 25,640), North Holland prov., N central Netherlands, on the Markermeer; chartered 1357. It is a picturesque town that attracts many tourists. Edam is noted for its cheese.

Edam

a town in the NW Netherlands, in North Holland province, on the IJsselmeer: cheese, light manufacturing. Pop.: 28 000 (2003 est.; includes Volendam)
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Officials note that Edam cheese sells out quickly during the holidays, so customers are encouraged to order early.
Edam started memorising the Quran at the age of 13 and finished in two years at 15.
I think this will eventually become part of the repertoire of foods that Britons eat and some products could be a future food staple, such as Vasterbottensost cheese which could become as popular as Edam.
It will hook you in and force a big slice of Edam down you.
The six varieties are Speciale, with salami, ham, mushrooms and Edam cheese; Salame, with Edam cheese; Tonno, with tuna fish, capers, onions, black olives and Edam cheese; Mozzarella, with cocktail tomatoes and pesto sauce; Diavola, with Calabrese Salami, red and green peppers and Edam cheese, and Spinaci, with spinach and Gouda cheese.
The pizzas are available in five varieties: Spinaci (sun-ripened tomatoes, leaf spinach, cheese and garlic sauce); Mozzarella (fresh sliced mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, Edam cheese and herbs); Funghi (mushrooms, tomatoes, cheese); Vegetale (tomatoes, peppers, onions and chilies); and Generosa (pepperoni, bell peppers and onions).
Brynwood") announced today that it had completed the sale of its ownership position in its portfolio company, Royal Boon Edam Group Holding B.
TENDER pork escalopes are cooked in a pine nut and basil crumb, topped with melted Edam cheese.
Pick low-fat sandwich fillings - try lean meats, tuna or salmon, cottage cheese, Edam or even sliced banana.
The Journal has teamed up with Edam to offer five lucky readers a gourmet hamper each worth pounds 100.