Can The Mac Pro Actually Grate Cheese?

One of the biggest reveals of WWDC 2019 was the new Mac Pro. Read More >>

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Wallace and Gromit’s Favourite Cheese Will Help Heat Thousands of Yorkshire Homes

If you're lactose intolerant, you'll know all about the delightfully flatulent symptoms that follow in the wake of nibbling on hunks of cheese and bowlfuls of ice cream. Now imagine your bowels are a power plant and you can turn those farts into renewable energy. Read More >>

Scientists Discover That Hip Hop Produces The Most Delicious Cheese

Scientists in Switzerland spent the last six months playing music at maturing cheese to see whether certain genres would change enhance the flavour. Read More >>

Fancy White Chocolate & Caramel Cheese? Asda Thinks You Do

Asda is launching a truckle of Wensleydale cheese with... salted caramel and white chocolate. 'Scuse us while we hurl up our breakfasts. Read More >>

World’s Oldest Cheese, Found in Ancient Tomb, Was Also Very Dangerous

Humans have been producing and consuming cheese for a very long time, as the recent discovery of 3,200-year-old cheese in an ancient Egyptian tomb attests. Delicious though this cheese may have been, it was also a potential source of disease. Read More >>

Economists Warn of Nightmare UK Cheese Shortage Scenario

Some big-thinking economist people have terrorised the nation this morning, with a warning that our supply of dairy products like cheese and cheese and even cheese might become limited in a post-Brexit trade disaster scenario. Read More >>

Fondue on the Up as the Nation Comfort Eats Cheese

We're not too sure about the science behind this, and suspect it might be an attempt by John Lewis to sell more fondue sets to hipsters, but still. A man who is a professor says we're eating melted cheese more nowadays and it might be some sort of ancient, hard-wired stress reaction. So you're allowed to as it's calming and natural, like wanking. Read More >>

Brighton Cheese Festival Branded a Cheeseless Shambles

The organisers of the Big Cheese festival in Brighton are facing the now familiar public backlash on social media, after attendees decided the ranges of cheese on offer weren't wide enough. Read More >>

McDonald’s Thinks Maybe it’s the Cheese?

The US division of McDonald's appears to have had some sort of public health related breakthrough, and is pushing forward with a plan to remove cheeseburgers from its Happy Meal menu because, perhaps, the cheese is the main problem. Read More >>

eBay Scalpers Cash in on Cheese Advent Calendar Crisis

It's not just Nintendo hardware that's making eBayers money at the moment — they're also winning big by reselling a strangely popular cheese selection advent calendar. Read More >>

Soldiers Eat Loads of Cheese to Test Super-Hearing Hypothesis

Did your grandmother ever tell you to eat up all your cheese as it helps you hear better? Mine neither. But that's a hypothesis that is being tested by the US Army, which is forcing cheese proteins into soldiers in the hope they develop super hearing, or that their ears might better repair damage caused by being exposed to things blowing up. Read More >>

Cheese-Rolling King Secures Hat Trick

The annual cheese-rolling events at Cooper's Hill in Gloucestershire took place over the weekend, and we're happy to report that, once again, no one died. The overall victor was, once again, Chris Anderson. Read More >>

So About That Hyped New Study on Cheese Being Great

Apparently, eating cheese will not cause a heart attack or stroke, according to a new study that lots of folks are writing about. But readers, fellow science and health writers, can we please all agree to read these studies and think about them a little before we take them as the irreproachable word of some dairy overlord? Read More >>

Don’t Listen to the Food Bloggers

The food bloggers and their eating trends of the week risk damaging the health of the nation, according to a charity concerned with the development of healthy bones. Read More >>