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Jack Skellington, carved from cheddar cheese
I had to carve a cheese for a summer camp banquet. (Because carved cheese is a standard feast item, right?) I was basically a dishwasher, but the cook decided that I am artistic, and told me to do it, with no further instruction. The theme was 'holidays' and I didn't feel like doing something boring, so I did this.

All I can say is keep the cheese cold enough that it doesn't go bad, so if you don't want to sit in a fridge, only carve for short periods. And the block of cheese wasn't very large, so the eyebrows were mostly built-up, rather than carved down. Cheddar is fairly forgiving, but it does mostly rely on carving, rather than molding like clay.

So far, this is the only cheese carving I have ever done, but it was so easy that I hope to do it again soon. I just preferred having my supplies already at hand.

Posted by harmonardus from Raymond, Maine, United States • Published
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 373 projects
This looks awesomeHappy
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Willow Bon-Bon
Willow Bon-Bon · London, GB · 29 projects
v.cool - nuff said!
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Jessica
Jessica · 5 projects
wow!
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