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In the outbacks of Australia, in the desert of Dubai and in the underwater ice caves of Alaska there are cheese tribes who will one day take over the world and make your children speak cheese.
Before the discovery of penicillin, mouldy cheese was used as a cure-all. It was the "miracle drug" of pre-penicillin days, and would cure almost anything except for mouldy cheese poisoning, which was usually fatal.
The name of the town Keswick, in Cumbria, England is derived from 'Kesewic', circa 1240, meaning 'farm where cheese is made' from the Old English 'cese' (with Old Scandinavian 'k') and 'wic' (farm).
The Humber Bridge presently cost's £2.50 to cross, but the toll booths will accept any cheese over 100g... provided you are not a one eyed german who speaks with a lisp (but only on bank holidays) and have a cat made out of edam ( called gusset )
Yarg - A Cornish cheese cunningly named by a Mrs Gray.
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The Great Yorkshire Show
Ploughing Through The Ages
on 9th July, 2008
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The Main Arena
Theakstons Cooper Hard At Work
Sheep Shearing Competition
Best In Show - Gloucester Saddleback
The Black Sheep Baa (Do you see what they've done there?!?)
Best In Show - Traditional Cheddar
The Cheese Competitors
John Deere 6630