This is a good article from the Guardian. Check it out! .
Although Cyprus exports halloumi cheese around the world, there’s an even better selection in Cyprus.
For example ,this morning, at the deli counter in my local supermarke in Polis, there were four sorts of halloumi cheese on offer. After consulting the charming Cypriot lady behind the counter, I settled for some from a local village, not factory produced. I asked her advice on cooking halloumi, knowing that if you grill or fry it for too long, it gets a bit rubbery in texture. She suggested that I try it uncooked with water-melon, like the locals. This sounds like a light lunch, perhaps with a glass of excellent local white wine?
- EU moves to protect Cyprus halloumi cheese (news.com.au)
- Can Cheese Unite Greek and Turkish Cypriots After 41 Years? (greece.greekreporter.com)
- Cyprus unites behind EU protection for halloumi cheese (channelnewsasia.com)
- Chef´s Choice – Summer Kitchen – Tomatoes and Hellim Cheese in Walnut Dressing (tfrnorthcyprus.wordpress.com)
- EU moves to protect cheese from both sides of divided Cyprus (nzherald.co.nz)
- EU moves to protect cheese from both sides of divided Cyprus (sandiegouniontribune.com)
- Divided Cyprus unites to apply for EU protected status for halloumi (theguardian.com)
- EU moves to protect cheese from both sides of divided Cyprus (dailymail.co.uk)