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Forget chocolate, you can now get an Easter egg done wholly from cheese

Forget chocolate, you can now get an Easter egg done wholly from cheese
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If you’re sick of cheap, crap chocolate eggs, then we have an choice for you.

One that won’t leave you feeling ripped off with a vale bombard and a bucket of air. One that will leave your arteries heaving. One that’ll scrupulously prove those annoying dairy cravings.

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Food blogger Annem Hobson, who runs So Wrong It’s Nom has just launched The Cheester Egg – a plain egg done wholly from cheese.

It’s the outcome of a partnership with eccentric workman cheese company Wildes Cheese, and the recipe is formed on their Napier cheese, which was crowned London’s Favourite Cheese in 2015 at the Urban Food Awards.

Forget chocolate, you can now get an Easter egg done wholly from cheese

‘Chocolate is okay, but it’s a little boring and honestly I’m sick of seeing it winning pivotal sell periods,’ says Annem.

‘Cheese is what excites me so I’m anxious my plans for a Cheester Egg have finally hatched and that the Cheese Advent Calendar is apropos a reality. There’s a whole army of cheese lovers out there showing me their support and we wish I’m doing them proud.’

But this isn’t Annem’s first try to plea the adore for normal chocolate treats.

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Last Christmas, she combined a Cheese Advent Calendar which saw over 11,000 people register their seductiveness in purchasing it this year, in just one week.

It also managed to hoard a bucket of luminary fans, including Zooey Deschanel, Taio Cruz and Emma Bunton.

The Cheester Eggs are 260g of solid, hand-made, vegetarian cheese and cost £14.95.

And if you wish really wish to pull the vessel out, Annem has also launched a operation of ‘Nest Hampers’ which will embody sourdough crispbreads and quince jelly.

You can sequence them to be delivered to you here, or you can ‘click and collect’ at weekends from possibly Broadway Market, Alexandra Palace Market or Myddelton Road Market.

And you can also collect it directly from Wildes Cheese in Tottenham.

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