Friday, April 27, 2007


Think you've seen it all? Wanna bet?

For most people cheese is a food that one eats. Then again, for others cheese is something that they enjoy watching.

You read it right. Cheese watching in living color live on the Internet!

A site has been set up whereby surfers can watch a slab of cheese aging. In the scheme of things it's a slow process unless of course it rots but that as they say, is a complete different process. We're talking here about watching a slab of British cheddar cheese put on view by the West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers. Visually, it can best be described as yellow-tinged and round and somewhat grey-ish on the sides but perhaps that's strictly shadows or the quality of the photo.

Cheese aficionados are also supplied with an exact time lapse from the instant the cheese began the aging process and those inclined can even name the cheese. Some suggestions that spring to mind are Chunky...Cheesy...and keeping things British, Chumly Cheese...

Shades of Monty Python!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mmmm. 64 slices of American cheese.