creamery

noun
cream·​ery | \ ˈkrēm-rē How to pronounce creamery (audio) , ˈkre-mə-\
plural creameries

Definition of creamery

: an establishment where butter and cheese are made or where milk and cream are prepared or sold

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Visitors learn about how his father worked as a mechanic at a creamery to support his seven sons, six of whom survived to adulthood. Washington Post, "Newly renovated Eisenhower museum reopens in Kansas," 29 July 2019 The event includes samples from some of the city’s best-known ice creameries, including Honey Hut, Mitchell’s and Sweet Moses. Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com, "8 things to do in Cleveland on Sunday, Aug. 18," 18 Aug. 2019 The Mountain Brook Village location has been home to a creamery since 1957, with current owner Jay Connor taking over in 2007 and founding his own. Birmingham Magazine, al.com, "Where to get the best summertime treats in Birmingham," 24 July 2019 Most producers, whether a giant like Haagen-Dazs or a craft creamery like Salt & Straw, already make vegan flavors with bases using almond milk, coconut cream or cashew milk. Janelle Bitker, SFChronicle.com, "Bay Area company releases ice cream made with real dairy but no cows, at $20 a pint," 11 July 2019 That means pilgrimages to the Iowa State Fair, beginning next week, where this year’s butter sculpture will feature creamery versions of Sesame Street characters. Walter Shapiro, The New Republic, "The Democratic Party Is Culling the Field Too Soon," 1 Aug. 2019 Simmons is one of the oldest creameries in Carroll, started by Joe and Estie Simmons in the early 1920s. Catalina Righter, baltimoresun.com/maryland/carroll, "11 ice cream spots in Carroll County to check off your list," 9 July 2019 In Freeport, Maine, friends of the Sinisis’, Sarah Wiederkehr and Steve Burger, rent out a space above a barn at their dairy farm and creamery, Winter Hill Farm. Liz Tracy, Vox, "How are small farms surviving? Airbnb.," 11 July 2019 His building design remains the same as submitted in 2016, with a 7,000-square-foot creamery/café and separate accessory building. Beth Mlady, cleveland.com, "Z’s Cream and Bean continues multi-year pursuit of new Middleburg Heights location," 21 June 2019

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First Known Use of creamery

1872, in the meaning defined above

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creamery

noun

English Language Learners Definition of creamery

: a place where butter and cheese are made or where milk and cream are prepared or sold

creamery

noun
cream·​ery | \ ˈkrē-mə-rē How to pronounce creamery (audio) , ˈkrēm-rē\
plural creameries

Kids Definition of creamery

: a place where milk is made into other products (as cream and cheese)

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