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submitted: 29 Jul 2007
cheese: Dairylea Strip Cheese
submitted by: Andy Burton
notes: I like to call this series of photos 'Cheese on Moore'. Do you see what I've done there? It works on so many levels.
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submitted: 14 Jul 2007
cheese: 1cm Cube of Cheddar
submitted by: The Cheesemaster
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submitted: 12 Jul 2007
cheese: Mull of Kintyre Cheddar
submitted by: Emma Washburn & Zak Barrett
notes: Saw the Cheese on Tour website just before we set off cycling from Land's End and decided we would try and be the first to send a John O' Groats cheese photo in.
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submitted: 11 Jul 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: Paul and Di
notes: Once again I submit to you a picture of cheese in a rocking location. Actually it's the same Babybel we used at Donington. It's gone a bit squidgy. We daren't break into the casing, it may cause a severe biological weapon type incident.
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submitted: 08 Jul 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: Nigel
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submitted: 07 Jul 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: The Cheesemaster
submitted: 06 Jul 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: The Cheesemaster
submitted: 25 Jun 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: Pete
notes: Apologies for the dismal quality. It is particularly unfortunate that on the occasion of the one good photograph, Mr Kerr was respecting the American National Anthem rather than proudly holding forth the cheese.
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submitted: 14 Jun 2007
cheese: Babybel
submitted by: Paul and Di
notes: I normally wouldn't consider a babybel light worthy of the name cheese but that casing goes a long way to providing festival ruggedness. You work with what you've got.
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submitted: 06 Jun 2007
cheese: Mini President Camembert
submitted by: Pete
notes: Viaduct carries the A16 Autoroute 70m above the valley, and is 1300m long.
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