Edam is a semi-hard cheese that originated in the Netherlands, and is named after the town of Edam in the province of North Holland. Edam is traditionally sold in rounded cylinders with a pale yellow interior and a coat, or rind, of red paraffin wax. Edam ages and travels well, and does not spoil; it only hardens. These qualities (among others) made it the world's most popular cheese between the 14th and 18th centuries, both at sea and in remote ...
Jan. 8, 2020 - by: itisclaudio
Keso De Bola
Edam Cheese, Edammer, R... (Filipino)
Keso de Bola is a Filipino localized name for Edam cheese, which is ...