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    MsJacquiiC Poetica Magnifique

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    Man Creates Monumental Cheese Carving

    [imga=right]http://img292.imageshack.us/img292/968/mountrushmorecheesesffwqe5.jpg[/imga]Jun 30, 7:17 AM (ET)
    LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. (AP) - A cheese carver has accomplished a task that's a real "Muenster" - or make that a "monster" - in size. Troy Landwehr used his carving tools to turn a 700-pound block of Land O' Lakes cheddar into a replica of Mount Rushmore.

    The cheese carver and winemaker was commissioned by Cheez-It snack crackers to make the monumental carving.

    He's heading to New York City in coming days to appear on TV and promote the work on Times Square.

    Then the carving hits the road on a publicity tour, while Landwehr heads home to Little Chute.

    The carving eventually will end up in Oklahoma and be cut into cubes to become a snack itself.

    Landwehr said that doesn't bother him.

    "In the end, they'll love eating good Wisconsin cheddar down south," he said.


    Posted By MsJacquiiC | Jul 1, 2007
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    YummmmmmyyyyyyI don't think I could go see an exhibit like that without wanting to take bites out of it. I LOVE CHEESE[

    Thanks for sharing this MsJacquii


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    I never thought anyone would try to say that Mt Rushmore was cheesy!

    Jerry:wacko:


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    ROFL.... Mt Rushmore is soooooooo cheesy - I mean Clinton isn't even on it :p

    Jacquii.


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    Who else has noticed that poetry has remained conspiciously silent on the subject of cheese? Or broccoli for that matter.


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    ROFL - I have VISIONARY - one of the reasons I wanted to post that article as soon as I saw it!
    FYI - I just saw in the "Similar Threads" section - Moderator Grumps posted a parody of Joyce Kilmer's Tree's poem - It's crazy crazy crazy - You might like it: http://jpicforum.info/miscellaneous/parodees-850.html

    Jacquii.


    Posted By MsJacquiiC | Jul 16, 2007
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