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Virginia’s Finest Blue Cheese (Fingers Crossed) April 25, 2015

Filed under: 1930s,Culture,Fashion,Food,Fun,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Vintage — kerbey @ 4:49 pm
Home Demonstration Club, Virginia 1939

Home Demonstration Club, Virginia 1939

*source: Southerners by Charles Kuralt


15 Responses to “Virginia’s Finest Blue Cheese (Fingers Crossed)”

  1. Those are some very stern looking ladies. I think they they take their cheese very seriously. They look to be proud artisans who would probably not appreciate a “who cut the cheese” joke at all.

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    • kerbey Says:

      Most assuredly they would not. Women did not pass gas back then. And think of the sad little excuses for toilets they had, not like the throne made for a king such as someone we know…


  2. Liz Says:

    grumpy cheese ladies. Whatever is she hiding behind her back?

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  3. Benson Says:

    Now cheese like that would be sold in a boutique for upwards of 10 bucks per pound. I wonder what they got for it?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. markbialczak Says:

    So they look like that because they were holding in their gas, Kerbey, perpetually? And, hey, I thought blue cheese best came pre-grated to throw on your salad and chicken wings!

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