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Maginus Cheese

make cheeses shaped like lunar craters then give them appropriate names
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Maginus is just one of the numerous craters on the moon, which as we all know is made of cheese, so why not have some it here on Earth?

Cheese is one the finest substances known to man, and no better way to eat it than to bite into a replica chunk of a section of its lunar origin?

Making the range is easy. Small cubes of raw cheese are simply stamped with the negative shape of a variety of lunar craters, resulting in the creation of a set of authentically indented replicas.

Appropriately packaged and labeled, they are sold in box sets, in much the same way as good chocolates are, complete with a key and a flavour indicator.

xenzag, May 27 2011

http://www.astrosur...ater_maginus_01.jpg Maginus [xenzag, May 28 2011]

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8th of 7, May 27 2011
  

       [+] yes and maybe there could be a set where one could assemble the entire moon, if one had the ambition to do so!
xandram, May 28 2011
  

       Asteroid biscuits ...
8th of 7, May 28 2011
  

       Holding out for full scale (1:1), but still bunworthy. [+]
Grogster, May 28 2011
  
      
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