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#1 Posted on 13.1.02 1007.41
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From the woman who makes the Iowa State Fair Butter Cow...

{EDIT: Lemme fix that link for ya - CRZ}

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#2 Posted on 13.1.02 1410.34
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What is that, the butter Last Supper?



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#3 Posted on 13.1.02 1428.43
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The Last Supper--It's butta, yo!



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#4 Posted on 13.1.02 2055.32
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Did I mention that they did a Butter "Garth Brooks" once? (He played the fair that year...)
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#5 Posted on 13.1.02 2250.31
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GEEZ LOOOWEEEZ! Garth Brooks in Butter. I have GOT to see that.

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#6 Posted on 14.1.02 0849.30
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While searching for the Butter Garth Brooks, I came across the Butter Elvis

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Which isn't as great as the butter American Gothic

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#7 Posted on 14.1.02 0953.23
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How do they get that stuff to not get all drippy and gooey though?



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#8 Posted on 14.1.02 1203.20
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Drippy and gooey or not, that is so nasty.



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#9 Posted on 14.1.02 1210.10
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Aw, man, what to say? All of that may be interesting art, but it's so bad for your heart.



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#10 Posted on 14.1.02 1232.41
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Originally posted by pieman
How do they get that stuff to not get all drippy and gooey though?




They're carved and kept in some sort of refrigerated case.

I've actually seen more of them HERE than I ever did at the fair. I only go if I absolutely have to (i.e. to work when I was in the radio biz and we had a booth).

I find the fascination in it here to be pretty funny.
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#11 Posted on 14.1.02 1516.23
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Someone should carve a butter churn out of butter and then show it to some stoners or potheads or whatever the kids call themselves these days.
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#12 Posted on 15.1.02 0116.19
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I'd swear I saw that done in cheese once...

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#13 Posted on 15.1.02 0855.17
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Stephanie. You realize now that you must produce pictures of this CHEESE ART! Cheese seems like it would be far more difficult medium than butter.

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#14 Posted on 15.1.02 0940.49
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Ahhh, DEAN, behold the power of cheese.


What say you about cheese, 210?



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#15 Posted on 15.1.02 0946.18
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It's probably entirely dependent on the type of cheese you would employ. I think the masters - your Michelangelos, your Calders - would have eventually settled on Feta. You know, the texture and all. Spray cheez for Leroy Neiman, I figure.
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#16 Posted on 15.1.02 1111.12
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At the Minnesota State Fair, if it's a product it can be art. There is a competition every year for "Princess Kay of the Milky Way". Part of the competition consists of butter sculptures of each of the contestants. The sculptures are on display through the duration of the fair. I'm not sure where the butter goes after that. Then of course there is the ever popular "Crop Art". It's an actual contest where people make art out of different seeds. Every year you can count on at least one Willie Nelson picture, go figure. Yes, we are rubes.
Here's Willie
http://www.cropart.com/dlillian.dir/caxlil18.htm

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#17 Posted on 15.1.02 1819.33
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Unfortunately, I don't think I have a picture of it . I'd swear it was at the Wisconsin State Fair one year, perhaps a decade or so ago.

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#18 Posted on 15.1.02 2153.51
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As much as it pains me to show something Packer related...

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#19 Posted on 16.1.02 1133.02
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Is that sculpted or just from a mold? WE WANT THE TRUTH!

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#20 Posted on 16.1.02 2135.51
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Why would you want an anti-smoking ad featuring harrasing tactics?

Anyways, here's the caption from those pictures, discover the truth for yourself

Cheese Sculpture or Cheezy Art?? From a 10-pound Mozart forté fromage (shown at left) to a 120-pound Mickey Mouse masterpiece; from the Super Bowl (shown at right) to the Supermarket, cheese sculptures are center stage showstoppers! Unique, unusual, beautiful AND completely, deliciously edible food artistry
Wisconsin-born professional cheese sculptor Sarah Baumann (now of Cincinnati) admits her cheese-head heritage is to blame and has been fashioning cheese figures for advertising and publicity for the food industry, retail and foodservice clients for five years. Famous cheesy subjects include Jay Leno, Bret Favre, Rosie O'Donnell, Tom Cruise, Washington, Lincoln, The Wal-Mart smiley dot.

Inside every humble block of mild cheddar lies a personality waiting to be released. "I work with just a few simple ceramic wire loop tools, a couple of knives and plenty of patience...my key ingredient in this subtractive carving method. You cannot put back your mistakes...you can only eat them."






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