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Ribblesdale Yorkshire Bowlers

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As readers of this blog will know, we make a small round cheese, containing 235g of our award winning Wensleydale cheese, shaped like a cricket ball, with a food grade piece of string wrapped around it which looks like a cricket ball when it is hand waxed in red.

Today, Stu made 60 of the little beasties; they are extremely time consuming as the curd has to be shaped and weighed by hand, wrapped

with string by hand and then waxed by hand.  Making 60 in one go is as much as Stu’s hands can take.  (I am useless having ripped tendons, I have little strength in my hands and can do hardly any, well, that’s my excuse.)

So I thought you may like to see Stu making them in progress.  We need to make quite a few as we are starting to sell over 100 a week, which is good and…

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