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Conspiracy theorists maintain that Da Vinci made references to Gorgonzola using symbols in his paintings and say that the Holy Grail is to be found beneath the Church of Emmental in York. Dan Brown is planning a new book using this as the main theme.
Wensleydale actually comes in male and female varieties. However only the male variety is edible as the female version has egg sacks which contain a foul-tasting curd. Females are pulped at the churning stage.
The word Cheese originate from the Chinese 'che' meaning to smile and 'ese' meaning forever. Hence cheese means 'an eternal smile' and that's why people say it when they have their photograph taken.
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
In Singapore 'cheese scenting' is punishable by 3 years imprisonment
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Dublin / Wicklow mountains
Dairylea Strip Cheese
Ian, Paula and Savanna
on 18th April, 2006
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Winnats Pass from the sheepless safety of the car
Queue for the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat). Makes the queues at Alton Towers seem tame!
Start of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Half-way through the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
A big cavern on the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Near the end of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat). It is underground and it is on a boat, honest!
Adventurous potholing cheese
Map of the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat)