The typical products of the country dish confectionery with Belgian chocolates (Cote d'Or,
Galler, Dolfin, Newtree, Jacques, ...), artisanal pralines (Valentino, Limar, ...), Belgian sweets and confectionery (Napoleon, Joris, Thijs, Lutti, cuberdons, ...), Belgian beers in cans ( Jupiler, Stella Artois, Leffe, Cuvée des Trolls, ...), artisanal cheeses (Chimay, Grimbergen, Brussels Cheese, Gouda Belge, Herve, ...), the grocery category, including brown sugar from Tienen, real syrups from Liège, the famous Belgian waffles, prepared dishes such as the Flemish Carbonnades and other Corkscrews, Waterzooï in Ghent, Vol-au-vent, ... not to mention the french fries, the flerons of the national identity of all Belgians.
It's in the heart of the Belgian Abbey of Maredsous that the secret knowledge of the monks is well treasured. Maredsous is a unique recipe..
While maintaining the traditions and conserving traditional ripening methods that made his famous, Herve Company meet the demands of people.
In 1876, the Belgian Trappist monks of Scourmont (Chimay) have found the secret of producing the delicious cheese developed semi-hard cheese
The Leffe pavement is an authentic and tasty abbey cheese, which is absorbed throughout the ripening process, from the aromas of Leffe beer.
Belgian Brugge cheese is placed in ripening rooms where the degree of humidity, temperature and airflow are controlled for the typical taste
The typical cheese from the Abbey of Grimbergen is a semi-hard cheese with a spicy taste made from pasteurized milk. Ideal at the aperitif..
Cheese from Affligem Abbey is a semi-hard Belgian cheese with a spicy taste and made from pasteurized milk. This cheese is ideal in cubes...
Gouda cheese type, it is presented in three distinct quality: tender two months maturing; half-baked at six months; parboiled year and over.
The Gruyere and Emmentaler are both cooked and pressed cheeses produced generally in France and Switzerland, served in bloc or in slices ...
Cheese is a food obtained from coagulated milk or milk products, then followed by draining or not of fermentation and optionally refining...
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