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In the Middle Ages strands of locally produced cheese were woven into vests which were both warm and provided a tasty cheesy snack when times were hard
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).
Some of my colleagues like cheese. Some do not. I pity those that do not.
continually saying parmesan has the dizzying effect of losing its meaning.
in line with ancient tradition, anyone caught insulting cheese on the channel island of Sark is liable to be flogged by a bailif wearing only wellingtons and a flat cap both made from Double Glocester.
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as part of there endurance training swiss army recruits are pounded with whole swiss cheeses while only having a swiss army knife to defend themselves with
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