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Waiting for Jesus with cheeses

Deacon Greg Kandra - published on 12/01/16

An Advent calendar for cheese lovers? Yes, please: 

Chocolate advent calendars are all well and good – but how about a cheese one instead? Just think of it – 24 individual pieces of cheese, waiting for you every December morning in the run-up to Christmas.

Well, we’re pleased to inform you that such a think now exists, thanks to the efforts of London-based blogger Annem Hobson.

Annem got a lot of attention last year when she shared details of how she created her own cheese advent calendar, with 24 individually-wrapped cheese pieces – including stilton, goats’ cheese and gouda.

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