Noir de Mazy is the only Belgian black limestone (see:Noir Belge) that is still exploited today. It is named after the quarry in the Belgian town of Mazy near Gembloux in Wallonia. It is also marketed under the name 'Noir de Golzinne' which is also the name of the geological vein that is currently exploited in Mazy.
Bc's Marlon Mazier Named Massachusetts Restaurant Association Cook of the Year First Cook from a College or University to Take Mra Top Prize
Nov 15, 2013; CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- The following information was released by Boston College: Surrounded by colleagues in the kitchen where...