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caille

(kaɪ; French kɑj)
n
(in cookery) a quail
[French]
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We caught up with the area's impressive food history by touring p y y g the Maison Cailler, the factory set up by legendary chocolatier Francois-Louis Cailler.
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The five-day guided Swiss adventure, which took place this month and rewarded 'Employees of the Year' from Movenpick's international portfolio of hotels, saw the group's top employees visit many attractions including the Swiss mountains, the Cailler chocolate factory, the cities of Luzern and Zurich and the Movenpick headquarters in Baar.
From all of those prism-shaped Toblerone bars in airport duty free shops across the world to the more local Cailler and Frey varieties, it should come as little surprise that Swiss people consume the most chocolate per capita of any country worldwide.
In Belle Epoque style, passengers travel on the Chocolate Train from Montreux to Gruyeres and Broc taking in a cheese demonstration at a local dairy, a visit to the medieval town and castle of Gruyeres and finally a tour of the famous Cailler of Switzerland chocolate factory -- complete with tastings.
Cailler weaves tales which bring to life the deeply-human experience with loss and its range of outcomes.
Indeed, the modern chocolate industry was born in Vevey first with the development of solid chocolate bars by Francois Louis Cailler, who opened the first Swiss chocolate factory in 1819, and then with Daniel Peter's 1875 introduction of milk chocolate, an innovation that rapidly became the global standard.
Jules-Antoine Castagnary, "Salon de 1863," L'Artiste, August 15, 1863; quoted in Pierre Courthion and Pierre Cailler, eds.
Et ce pour assurer qui pour le laisser cailler, qui pour en faire du flan maison, qui encore pour le petit dejeuner au S'hour quand ce n'est pas carrement a la rupture du jeune accompagne de dattes.
Better still, live your childhood dream and visit the Maison Cailler ( Nestle) chocolate factory in Broc.
Johnny Cohen & Adam Cailler, Merseyside Jewish Representative Council
In the premium and luxury segment, which grows above the category average, NestlE[umlaut] is leader in dark chocolate and is well known for premium brands such as NestlE[umlaut] Noir, Perugina, Cailler and Nespresso luxury chocolate.