{Giveaway} Artist Palette Cheese Tray from Fishs Eddy

Say cheese and smile….because FOF is giving away this adorable Artist Palette Cheese Tray from Fishs Eddy. Enter to win by commenting below and answering: Do you have better taste in art or cheese?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

We think this artist palette cheese plate from Fishs Eddy is such a crafty idea, and it looks like a work of art in person! It’s a great conversation starter for any get together (and just perfect for this art-themed book club meeting). Your guests will be green (and blue and red and yellow) with envy.

Enter to win by commenting below and answering: Do you have better taste in art or cheese?

(See all our past winners, here.)
(See official rules, here.)

Contest closes March 17, 2011


218 Responses to “{Giveaway} Artist Palette Cheese Tray from Fishs Eddy”

  1. Tamarak Harris says:

    I love art, but I think I know more as a chef, about cheese!

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  2. jwagn says:

    For sure cheese!!!!!

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  3. Karin says:

    Easy one..Cheese! I guess I just don’t know enough about are to truly appreciate it’s many levels but, I do Love to eat, love the many varieties of cheese.

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  4. Sand says:

    I have really good taste in art!

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  5. Candie L says:

    It would have to be cheese (wish I could say more for the art)

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  6. Charlene Kuser says:

    I would say I have better taste in cheese.I have become
    quite the connoisseur

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  7. Chris Noe says:

    Cheese! I could go crazy in the cheese section at Central Market.

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  8. Leslie S. says:

    I have better taste in cheese but my mother in law is an artist and would love this tray.Thanks!
    lstanziani(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  9. Aisling says:

    My taste in art and cheese are about the same, I guess: “I know what I like.” But I enjoy cheese much more often than art.

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  10. Diane Baum says:

    Better taste in art then cheese, but that is not saying very much,

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    • Pcess says:

      I would love to win this because I am alyaws carrying cupcakes to functions and sandwiches to lunch. It would be great to carry cupcakes and sandwiches without any damage. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  11. Andrea Storm says:

    I have better taste in cheese!! Art not so much!
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  12. Gina P says:

    Definitely cheese…….I can always identify it and appreciate it…I can’t say the same with some art. I still try and figure out how someone can paint one red dot on a canvas and it is considered a masterpiece. So cheese cheese cheese!!!

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  13. susan smoaks says:

    i love cheese so i have better taste in cheese

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  14. Rosalie Ferris says:

    If you include clothing as art, then art. Otherwise I enjoy cheese far more.

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  15. Daniel Killoran says:

    I have much better taste in Cheese…

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  16. Theresa Dell says:

    Cheese – I admit, I don’t know a lot about art

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  17. Laura Benjamin says:

    I would have to say cheese. I love art of all kinds but I admit that when it comes to what I like in art, my taste leaves a lot to be desired. Cheese though is another issue. I grew up on a farm where my grandparents and parents were farmers and made their own cheeses. This helped me to know the differences in one from another. Also being part of the military I was lucky enough to go around the world and try so many different kinds. I love my cheese!

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  18. taylorbagels says:

    I’d say in Art definitely!
    electricisland(at)gmail.com

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  19. Nancy Meyer says:

    Art definitely, I minored in art history in college. As far as cheese goes, I have no clue what goes with what! But I love both!

    nancymeyer1 at gmail dot com

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  20. Deborah R says:

    I have traditional tastes in art, but I go crazy when it comes to cheese…so I’d say I have better taste in (and for) cheese.

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  21. Betty says:

    I have much better taste in cheese than art. I was raised in Wisconsin!

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  22. wendy says:

    Definitely art. I really want to win this for my daughter. She is a freshman at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. (On scholarship!). No dorm room left for next year so she’s renting a house with some girls from her school. This would be so cool for them to have to entertain with! Their house will be filled with their beautiful artwork.

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  23. Susan P. says:

    I love both and would have to say better taste in art.

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  24. Rhonda Holt says:

    I have better taste in cheese than art.

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  25. Carol says:

    I probably would have to say art. I have too many food allergies (including Brie!) to call myself an expert in any food category. I’ve always enjoyed going to art museums and attending art shows. This palette would look great in my renovated kitchen with the bright red accents!

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  26. jean ray says:

    Cheese is great with a lot of varieties. But I have better taste in art.

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  27. M.A. says:

    Guess that both are equal since my taste in art as well as my taste in cheese both please ME to no end!

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  28. Neena says:

    Love art, know less about cheese:)

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  29. Sandra Crispo says:

    I really do not like many cheeses (but my husband does, Italian you know) and love all kinds of art so would like to win this for him, thanks!!!

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  30. Kathy says:

    Just took a look at Fishes Eddy web site. What an awesome line of products!! There are some wonderful gift ideas for my friends too. I’d love to start my Eddy Fishes collection with this cheese board. Then I can get the matching coasters!

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  31. Tracy P says:

    I’m not very artistic. I have better taste in cheese.

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  32. Kristine P says:

    That’s a hard one as I love both Art and Cheese. If I must choose I’ll go with the cheese since it’s something you replace more often therefore get to explore so many types.

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  33. Patricia says:

    Well, I do love my cheeses, especially Brie! Since I am on a serious diet I will admire art!

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  34. nancy curran says:

    I like art a bit better than cheese. But Cheese is way up on the list. This cheese tray would start a lot of artsy conversations.

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  35. Karen says:

    I have some cheese that is low fat.
    But I like art with kids Moms .
    I like Thomas Kincade.

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  36. Darlene says:

    Well, I could definitely use this wonderful “palette” to eat my cheese while doing my art!!!! 🙂

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  37. Julie says:

    Art!

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  38. Sharon says:

    I have to say that I am satisfied with my taste in both cheese and art.

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  39. Charlie says:

    Cheese! I’ve spent more time in Fromagerie Berthaut than the Musee d’Orsay!

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  40. tracy davis says:

    I definitely have better taste in cheese than I do in art

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  41. Annie Silman says:

    Definely Art, Also enjoy a good Cheese

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  42. Christine says:

    better taste in cheese !!

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  43. Sherri Rodgers says:

    I have Always loved art. I made sure art was a part of my childrens life. Funny but my youngest son always waits for me to change my decorations and hopes my art will change so he can nab it. The cheese plate would be a forever piece of art in my home until my son tries to take it. It has the right colors and would be treasured and enjoyed used often also always displayed.

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  44. Diane R. says:

    I’m not sure which, probably cheese though.

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  45. Lucille says:

    Art. I have no idea about cheese.

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  46. DONNA says:

    LOVE THIS PLATE! UNIQUE!!!

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  47. paula says:

    it’s a really neat product. i have better taste in cheese. i do not have knowledge concerning art.

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  48. Holley says:

    This is an awesome site. i love art

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  49. Martha says:

    I love all different kinds of art and I love cheese, so both are important to me.

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  50. SANDY says:

    better taste in cheese

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  51. janet lindsey says:

    I HAVE GOOD TASTE IN CHEESE.

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  52. G Beth says:

    What a neat looking product! A lovely way to combine art and food.

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  53. Laurie Staffeld says:

    Mike Capser is my favorite artist, his watercolors have a free spirit combined with precise detail in his subjects. We have several of his works around our home, they always make me smile!
    I’d love this kind of accessory to use for parties.. food too can be a work of art, and what better way to display it.

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  54. Soledad says:

    I have to say that I am equally satisfied with my taste in cheese and art.

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  55. Michele says:

    I definitely have better taste in cheese than I do in art, but I just love the palette cheese plate. We love to entertain and this plate would certainly start a conversation.

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  56. Linda Kish says:

    I’d say art. I love the old masters at the National Gallery of Art.

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  57. Melinda Engel says:

    I would like to think I have great taste in both areas and I must say I love to enjoy them both at the same time.

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  58. Katie M says:

    I’d like to think art because I was an art major but I do love a good cheese

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  59. Alice Forbes says:

    I probably know less than I should about art and cheese, but this surely would stimulate a conversation about both.

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  60. Eddy says:

    Cheese, I’m definitely a foodie

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  61. Mary says:

    I love art as much as I love cheese~But I think I could create a masterpiece quicker on this lovely cheese palette; so I’ve got to go with the cheese!

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  62. Katherine Basler says:

    Art and cheese both are among my favorites, but I’ll choose art to be first on the list…less fattening!

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  63. Marcia says:

    I’ve always loved art, and am lactose intolerant, so I’m not much on cheese. I have many originals and signed lithos in my home, with a particular fondness for native American art. This cheese board would look great in my kitchen which desperately needs some color.

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  64. Susan says:

    Love all things art…..but much better taste in cheese.

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  65. Irishstar says:

    I really wish I could say that I had great taste in both, but nay my taste lies in the field of art as does my passion and my heart!

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  66. Shirley H. says:

    I definitely have a better taste in cheese.

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  67. Pat says:

    Love to win

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  68. Marie Mingus says:

    After all those hours in Art History, I (had better) have impeccable taste in Fine Art and Craft. I am less educated in cheese, “but I know what I like!”

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  69. marie says:

    I would have to say I have better taste in art, because all I know about cheese is what kind to put on a pizza!

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  70. Kai W. says:

    I have a better taste in cheese although I love arts better.

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  71. Darlene says:

    I leave the art to my son, the artist. I am definitely a cheese connoisseur!

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  72. merrill says:

    I love both- Art and Cheese!!!

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  73. bonnie says:

    cheese

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  74. Jeanne Miro says:

    I love art but I have better taste with cheese! I love going to the Boston Museum of Art with my son who is color blind. He has a talent in not being distracted by the colors and picking up things in the brush stokes that bring an entire new prospective to viewing art.

    I love to cook and the differnet flavors of cheese and consistancies lend so many ways to craft a dinner and bring out the taste in so many wonderful ways. When working with cheese you can bring so many dimensions of the flavor to the table that it can become a work of art!

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  75. bobbi says:

    Although I LOVE art, I am QUITE the novice in selecting which piece has “value”! If I like it, I’ll buy it!
    But, do I know my cheese! Since I am a cheese fanatic, I believe that I have tried just about EVERY variety available in the states!
    My favorite appetizer to make is a LARGE round of BRIE which is topped with crstalized light brown sugar and slivered almonds sauteed in butter and Amareto! YUM!
    It is baked in the OVER [PLEASE NO ‘nuking” ALLOWED!] until it is warm and slighly runny. EVERYONE loves it! And I am NOT known for being the “BEST” in the kitchen!

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  76. David says:

    Cheese , i use it in more ways than there is recipe’s . Healthy ways and unhealthy portions . Take your pick !

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  77. Leslie Carcaise says:

    I would have to say cheese. I’ve seen some so called masterpieces and thought, “Come on I could do better than that”, I just don’t get it.

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  78. Berti says:

    I love both cheese and art equally so I’d create an artful array of cheese with some red seedless grapes on that fabulous tray to munch on while I looked through some of my many art books! What a great afternoon that would be!

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  79. Donna C says:

    I have good taste in both! ♥

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  80. Zanne says:

    If I HAD to choose, I would say that I have most excellent taste in art, yet still have excellent taste in cheese! I have an eclectic palate (or palette, haha) in either case.

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  81. margarita says:

    i love trying both! but having better taste… on cheese, i do love a good variety and this tray should be perfect for an art party setting, along with olives and other delicacies… as for art, id like to think i have good taste, but you know, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder! the art i own, and the pieces i make, have gotten their share of praise, but what i love about them is that i love looking at them.

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  82. jana ellis says:

    i definately have more taste in art. i love candid photography and countryside landscapes. cheese…cheddar:)

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  83. Catherine Davis says:

    I think I have great taste in both art and cheese. I love all types of cheese and artwork ranges from locals to VanGogh taste.

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  84. Kay M says:

    I think its pretty much even down the middle. I love cheese, and I cook with many different varieties, so I know a good bit. I also love art, took classes and love to paint and sketch. So, its an even toss up.

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  85. Louise says:

    I think my art taste is pretty good. My cheese taste isn’t bad either, but I think it could use improvement. Maybe this beautiful tray will get me there!

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  86. Rosemary Simm says:

    I love looking at artwork, but eating cheese is my favorite snack. I can afford the cheese.

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  87. Corinne Garrett says:

    Oh, I think this is the cutest thing I have yet to see on the FAB/50 website! I just love this! I paint in oils and if my husband and I don’t eat cheese at least once a day, we didn’t eat. Better taste in cheese or art? Well – I have to say I have been eating cheese longer than I have been studying painting, so for this question – “The wife (ME!) takes the gourmet cheese!” Life is to short to eat orange “American” cheese – give me a stout Irish Cheddar or a sharp British Stilton ANY DAY.

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  88. Heidi Hurley says:

    Let’s see, I love to taste cheese, and love art.. so that makes me a tasty arsty cheese lover! I like zesty tingle on the tongue cheeses like blues, stiltons and gorgonzola……… and love the exciting bursts of dramatic light and color in paintings, sculpture and photography! Put them all together and I have a really wonderful pallette!!!!

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  89. TONYA CHILES says:

    I Really Love Both, However when It comes Down to Creativity and Love, It Is Cheese, My Culinary Skills Turns It Into Art,

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  90. suzanne says:

    I would say better taste in cheese. I love to try different cheeses.

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  91. june eggers says:

    Cheese. I love to cook and have a lot of fun trying new and different cheeses. I pretty much find a way to add cheese to everything I make.

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  92. Roz says:

    Definitely, cheese. Love to try all different types — even the smelly ones. Would love to win this lovely cheese tray.

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  93. Deedee says:

    I love both, but enjoy creating art most of all. I would keep this cheese board out to be enjoyed by all. I hope I’m lucky enough to win it but if not… will probably buy one since it is so cute. Fingers crossed.

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  94. Carol says:

    I have great taste in both, but can usually only afford the cheese!

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  95. Margarida says:

    I believe I have better taste in cheese than in art!

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  96. deb says:

    DEFINITELY art!!!! I like a piece of cheese with my wine once in a while…..but I am ALWAYS looking for new ways to create beauty….whether it’s something I am making or buying!!

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  97. aj says:

    I have better taste in art- at least I think I do- LOL!

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  98. janeh says:

    probably in art…..I need to work on expanding my cheese horizons…….

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  99. Nina says:

    I think I have better taste in cheese! 🙂

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  100. Eugenie Wu says:

    I think that my taste in art and cheese are both very good.
    I love looking at artists’ work as well as eating and enjoying a variety of different cheeses.

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  101. Deb L. says:

    Cheese, definitely. Hungry….got any cheese????

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  102. maryann digioia says:

    i think that this item would be a great conversation piece at my next gathering

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  103. diana mokry says:

    I love cheese, but I am trying to learn how to paint right now. We have a great opertunity here in Las Vegas. UNLV has classes for over 50 caled OLLI and we can learn alot of things, its great. I deffinately love Art more than cheese but it’s close.

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  104. Betty Vincent says:

    What a wonderful piece of whimsy!

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  105. wimogma says:

    Well, I have taken ART lessons but that doesn’t qualify me as an artist. Several cheeses are always served to my Book Club guests. Neither, however, qualifies me as an expert but if I had my druthers, I would choose ART.

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  106. johnnywray witten says:

    Would love to learn how to paint

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  107. Janet Keyser says:

    I think I have better taste in art. Just a gut feeling for me and one that I trust 100%!

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  108. MaryMates says:

    Definitely would have to say cheese I work in a deli for over thirty years and tasted them all, but I do love art.

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  109. Jan says:

    That’s a tough question. We often have wine and cheese parties at the museums and galleries. I adore making up cheese pairings and eating them while enjoying the art is my idea of a perfect evening.

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  110. Jake orozco says:

    my baking is my art. Try my cheesebread and see my taste in art and my taste in cheese taste great together.

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  111. DawnMarie Helin says:

    I’d like to think that I have better taste in chesse, because I enjoy the pairings and serving and sharing. To me, Art is so personal, and not every piece is intended for everyone. When I’m hosting, I like to create a presentation of food that is an artwork of its own; visual, aromatic, palatable,and very sharable!

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  112. lorraine says:

    I’d say that I have better taste in art. I love going to art galleries and shows. The art in my eclectic home is mostly from local artists and includes paintings, stained glass lamps, sculpture, photography, pottery, jewelry. I’m not usually drawn to commercial store-bought stuff.

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  113. suzanne says:

    Better taste in ART!! However, I would most definitely be willing to create Cheese Art on the “cheese palette”! Looks like fun 🙂

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  114. Mary says:

    I love both art and cheese…but I think I have better taste in cheese.

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  115. Carole Brawner says:

    I would have to say that I definately have better taste in art than in cheese. I love French artist, with my favorite being Matisse. I have several books on his paintings and cut-outs, several poster prints of his works and even a giclée on canvas of one of his paintings. I am even familiar with his famous relationship with Picasso, and found Matisse to be of far better character! When in France I visited the sites where Degas, Renoir and many other masters painted. However, when it comes to cheese, I am truly a blank canvas! I love brie and I’m sure I would love many of the other French cheeses if only I knew what they were. I would love to have a “French Masters” themed party with a variety of French cheeses and spirits. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Merci!

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  116. Jan Carson says:

    I believe I have better taste in art than in cheese. I absolutely love both (especially with a little wine). I am good at decorating and I know what art goes best with a room but I am still working on what cheese goes best with other food or wine. I love the cheese tray. It is certainly novel as it incorporates two of the best crafts.

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  117. Karen says:

    Definitely have better taste in art. My guests are always ‘wow-ed’ by what I’ve got on display, whether it’s a new painting or a small ‘objet’ I’ve found and placed on a sill or table. My attempts at cheese platters, on the other hand, never seem to inspire. I think it’s because I’d rather be eating chocolate!

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  118. Tricia N. says:

    I would love to win this artist’s pallette cheese tray–how unique. I love cheese (especially a GOOD Monterrey Jack) but I can’t eat as much as I’d like because of the fat and sodium content. Boo hoo! I do have pretty good taste in art as I am an artist myself and really appreciate GOOD art!

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  119. zoe hunter lee says:

    I think cheese…lol

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  120. Erica says:

    I would say my taste in cheese is much better than my taste in art!

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  121. Marilyn Wons says:

    Well since it is my opinion of my taste, I will say cheese!

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  122. Stargazer says:

    I’m definitely more of a cheese connoisseur than an artist. I wish I could have it both ways, though. When it comes to art, if anything, I’m a neophyte.

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  123. Karen says:

    I love this!! Whimsical AND functional. Too perfect. As for my taste in art and cheese…..I know what I like. And neither have to match my sofa. ;p

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  124. Carole B Masrtin says:

    I need this …. live alone and would brighten up my home

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  125. Janice says:

    I have much better taste in art than in cheese but love, love the cheese tray!

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  126. Pauline Morales says:

    I Have better taste in cheese. Would love to win this tray.

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  127. Maggie says:

    I have great taste in cheesy art and arty cheese. I LOVE this Fishs Eddy piece!

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  128. Carol says:

    I love the cheese plate. My new daughter in law would be able to put a majestic spread on this plate. I love it. I think personally I am better at cheese than art

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  129. Nina Mills says:

    A great idea. Would love to win this as it would be excellent to showcase artisan cheeses on for a cheese and wine party!!

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  130. Kathy P says:

    I’d say art, but y choice of paintings came in second in the poll. I do love cheese though…

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  131. Elizabeth says:

    I am good with color, although sometimes cheese turns different colors. I love cheese but have to watch the calories so I’ll just say ART but both together can’t be beat… ahh and yummm!!

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  132. omiobabbinocaro says:

    Oh…definitely cheese. Of course I am helped by living where I do therefore having some fantastic cheesemongers in the area…I must say however, that one of my sons friends loves to explore the cheese drawer in the refrigerator…telling me I have the best selection around…As for art…well…we can’t all be talented in all ways…Cheers..

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  133. Loraine says:

    I think I’m better at picking art than cheese I love cheese but I also paint so I think I’m better at art . I so love this tray it would be fantastic for my get togethers

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  134. Deborah says:

    I love both art and cheese but probably have better taste in art. I love all kinds of art.

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  135. Bekki says:

    I think both, but I don’t care for cheesy art. This board is definitely not cheesy.

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  136. Mary says:

    Everything is better with cheese!
    And to have such a pretty serving piece! i love it!

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  137. Susan Siceloff says:

    Most definitely cheese – no art style whatsoever 🙁

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  138. Robyn E. says:

    I would have to say I have better taste in Art than cheese.
    Although I do adore both.

    The art is there to stay, I gobble the cheese !

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  139. Gloria Monroe says:

    I would say I have good taste for either a Good piece of Art or Cheese! I enjoy both equally well! God Bless! TOL!

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  140. rose says:

    for sure I have better taste in cheese, but as a Chef I can certainly turn cheese into a work of art !!

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  141. norma edlemon says:

    i would like to think I have a good eye for both and a smart palette

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  142. laurie blum says:

    Hmmmmm…cheese and art…two of my lifetime favorites but since I am a watercolorist, I’ll choose ART!

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  143. Cynthia says:

    Oh wow! I can see this with different cheeses arranged by their corresponding paint blobs – blue-veined cheese by the blue, a green tinged farmer’s cheese by the green, etc. And instead of a cheese fork, a palette knife!

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  144. Annemarie says:

    I have better taste in Art. My taste is Cheese is stinky.

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  145. Karen says:

    Good taste in both, I think. But, my taste, different from everyone elses. Love this cheese palette!

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  146. kat says:

    Igrew up with my moms easel in our kitchen 60s and 70’s ,mom went to art school at pennesi art studio in massachusetts,mom painted many painting,sold several, artful dodger from oliver,the boston skyline to even painting her own mona lisa and einstein.. MOM DID BOTH OIL AND CHALK(PASTELS)…..Mom passed last october will miss her terribly.. i know have her easel and art boxes..

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  147. Emily says:

    I think I have better taste in art than cheese… my taste in cheese is not very refined. But, I do probably purchase more cheese than art!

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  148. Linda Baggetta says:

    Wine and cheese always bring people together. When I am in need of socialaizing and conversation, I usually have some friends over for a glass or two of red or white, and an assortment of fine cheeses. This unique cheese board would be a nice addition to these get-togethers!

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  149. Reet says:

    I think I have better taste in cheese (my mother was a professional chef), but I am learning more and more about art now that my daughter is studying art at Pratt!

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  150. Carol says:

    Good taste in both but bad taste in men!!!

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  151. Marcie says:

    Definitelly cheese!

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  152. Talex says:

    Oh, definitely art. My cheese faves are limited to a few. Really like that cheese board!

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  153. susan Ashcraft says:

    I have always had a desire to cover my walls with good art. My favorites are Yamagata and susan Rios although i love all kinds of art. I enjoy browsing thru art galleries.

    Cannot tell you much about cheese!

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  154. april says:

    Love the look of this. so cherful. Makes me want to eat more cheese.

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  155. Diane says:

    I am a “wanna be” artist. Have done some acrylic paintings that turned out well. I like cheese but seems like the more it costs, the less I like it. I love that plate………..hope I am the winner. I have a number of friends who are artists and they would be so impressed if I served a lunch item on that lovely piece.

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  156. april gutter says:

    I love the look of this cheese tray. I’ts so cherful. Makes me want to eat more cheese.

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  157. Matthew says:

    Better like my cheese to be artful, but I don’t like my art to be cheesy.

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  158. Patsy says:

    I love it. I think I have a better taste for cheese than art. I hope I win the cheese tray.

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  159. Min says:

    I don’t have much of a cheese palate but do have a good eye for art.

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  160. Gloria says:

    Art, but both tastes are highly subjective.

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  161. Jeanne McBrayer says:

    Definitely art! My husband is an expert on cheese, but I am trying to create art as well as learn more about art history.

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  162. Judith ebneter says:

    Just love it! I have a sister that puts out the best pre-dinner appetizers and I can just see her doing something eye and pallette friendly with this.

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  163. Darla says:

    I think I have better taste in art than I do in cheese although I adore both. However, I can create art and haven’t tried creating any cheese. I may one day tho.

    Darla

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  164. DOTTI says:

    I’D LOVE TO WIN THIS CHEESE TRAY, IT IS SUCH A UNIQUE WORK OF ART ITSELF. I THINK I HAVE FAIRLY GOOD TASTE IN BOTH CHEESE AND ART.

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  165. judy says:

    definitely cheeze…you can feel it, smell it, taste it!
    But this great piece of art would definitely add to all the sensory appreciation of cheeze.

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  166. angela zambelli says:

    even tho I minored in art history decades ago
    and do love visiting museums and galleries, I am a self-titled cheese pundit (!) and have learned about/eaten the cheeses of many countries.
    So I think I have better taste in cheese (pun intended).

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  167. Lisa Richardson says:

    I have much better taste in cheese, lol. I attribute that to our wonderful Tillamook cheese factory.

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  168. Susan Gustafson says:

    I have much better taste in cheese than art. What a cute cheese board. It looks good enough to eat, skip the cheese, lol.

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  169. sandy haber says:

    We just started really experimenting with cheeses — this ‘palette’ would make it much easier. I think I do better with cheeses than with art, in any case!

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  170. Mary says:

    I would love to have this platter to serve lots of cheese – I’m not sure if I am better at art or cooking but I would love to use this for entertaining all my friends who enjoy art and eating!

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  171. Nichol Perez says:

    I definitely have taste in cheese but I have an eye for good art. I love eating and love decorating.

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  172. Kathy says:

    Smile and say cheese! My niece is an artist and I also love art and cheese.

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  173. Beckie Sudduth says:

    My daughter is working on her masters in art and my husband has sold several of his paintings in various states. So I am THE MUSE-and as THE MUSE I NEED this delightful tray to celebrate my artistic family and share with friends…pickmepickmepickme!

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  174. Diana Baehrend says:

    Oh, a perfect and true challenge question for the senses!
    Both can share equal adjectives: spicy, engaging, delicate, rich, traditional, edgy …
    Both; conversaation starters
    Both can envoke to reminisce.
    Both require talent and passion of the producer.
    Together, they envelope our bodies and minds to a fine state of being!
    I have a varied of both in my home and from the eyes of their beholders; fam and friends, I lean toward art!

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  175. Lisa says:

    Love both art and cheese, have travelled the world ro see/try both.

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  176. John says:

    It looks awesome! I hope I win!

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  177. beth w. says:

    One of the last lucid things my father ever said to me was that I never met a food that I could say “no” to. So, I am not sure what this says about expertise in food…if I will eat any and everything….
    I have definite opinions about what I like and dislike in art, but am I an expert? I don’t think so. I just know what makes me smile, from the inside out.

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  178. norma says:

    What is life without art, wine, and cheese?
    The artist palette cheese tray combines a feast for
    the eyes before even tasting the cheese. My Book
    Group would be truly fascinated by this presentation,
    since we always strive to make a connection to the
    book we are discussing. Beautiful gift from Fishs
    Eddy!

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  179. Ruth Bousquet says:

    The tray is too cute! I must admit I have better taste in cheese…and I say that with a ‘smile’.

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  180. Mara Kaplan says:

    According to my daughter and my mother, my taste in cheese is much better than my taste in art. Its just I like different types of art than they do. But I would agree, I have excellent taste when it comes to cheese.

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  181. Mary Kay says:

    Even though I love art, I have much better taste in cheese. We buy several varieties each week. I’d love to win this charming palette cheese board.

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  182. amy mayer says:

    I am much better in cheese–my husband ans I have wine and cheese night every Friday evening and LOVE to explore different cheeses! But this cheese palatte would be an awesome conversation piece when we entertain!

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  183. Kim Lencsak says:

    I’m not great at picking out either, but if I had to choose, I would say Art because the beauty is in the eye of the beholder so if you love it, that’s all that matters. Love this cheese tray….very different.

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  184. Wendy VanHattten says:

    Definitely better taste in cheese…I love to cook. Art is on my list to learn more about, however.

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  185. karen s says:

    I have an eye for beauty and adore artsy things. My love of cheese makes it a tie for both. However, I surround myself with lots of beautifu original art to bring joy to my heart and a twinkle in my eye.

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  186. Virginia says:

    I have way better taste in cheese! And I eat too much of it!

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  187. Bonnie C says:

    I love cheese, crackers and fruit as a party starter as for which I have better taste… guess it is what art you tend to lean towards… Me I love landscapes and cottages…

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  188. Michaela says:

    I love it!!

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  189. Nancy says:

    I have better taste in Art! When I buy cheese it is a crap shoot, some are great some not so great!

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  190. Nancy reilly says:

    this cheesebtray is art!

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  191. Ellen Falkenberry says:

    I have really wonderful taste in cheese, which is my favorite food.

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  192. susan Lippe says:

    Looking at it without a doubt, I would love to have it in my home. I Love art…… I have many art pictures in my house by famous artists( Like Steven Powers,Fazino). The colors are vibrant and the way they are put on the board is creative. We appreciate art in my home. My younger son is an art major, just got his first art related job after college. Would love to show this off to my company when I entertained. Always great to have another piece of art work, whether on a painting, or a statue, or crystal bowl, or this tray!

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  193. Debra Stewart says:

    As a wanna-be-artist, and a book club member, I LOVE the tray. Very clever and definately a conversation piece.

    As for my taste, better taste in art (an ongoing process) but I also am a big cheese addict.

    Add to the list of recommended books: Lust for Life by Irving Stone

    Please enter my name in your contest. Please!

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  194. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I probably have better taste in art-I know what I like and what I do not

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  195. Sharon Haas says:

    I’m probably more interested in art than in cheese and since I’m one of those people who pretty much just eats whatever she’s given, I’m not a good judge of food.
    I do have my own ideas about art and what pleases me – I would never under any circumstances hang a large framed picture over my sofa – if I can’t think of anything more creative than that I’d just get rid of the sofa. lol
    Given a creative assembly of cheese though, I think I could find a fun way to present it on this cute palette in the same area as my sofa.

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  196. Julie says:

    Better taste and love for art (and this beautiful tray), but thoroughly enjoy eating the cheese while looking at it!

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  197. Joetta says:

    I like my taste in art, although it is not for everyone. But my taste in cheese is superb. Everyone loves my cheese. So cheese wins this round.

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  198. Terri Day says:

    What a fun and delightful design! I would have to say I have better taste in art. I agree completely with Helen’s comment.

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  199. Debbie Chaney says:

    I am not much of a cheese connoisseur, but I am definitely an art lover. This tray is adorable and versatile enough to use for other things besides cheese, so cheese lover or not I would love to have it!

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  200. Shelly Burton says:

    Better at art tastes. Cheese is wonderful, but art is my life!

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  201. Mary Ann says:

    I have better taste in art.

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  202. Joan says:

    Although I love both, I think my strength lies with cheese (and a little glass of wine on the side).

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  203. janet says:

    I probably have better taste in art.

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  204. Celeste says:

    Definitely a better taste in cheese — and unfortunately, I have the waistline to prove it!

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  205. Kathy P says:

    Definitely art more than cheese!

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  206. AJB says:

    Probably art, although I love cheese too.

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  207. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I have better taste in cheese. This would be lovely to win.

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  208. The Nan says:

    This tray is adorable, I would love to win it!
    This Palette Cheese Tray is awesome, very creative the perfect tray to truly confuse my guests. Thank for this great chance at winning, LOVE IT ….LOVE IT>>>

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  209. BeckyIA says:

    What a fabulous idea!

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  210. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    Love Love cheese and Art, this is a toughie, it depends on who is eating my cheesy appetizers while looking at my artwork. Personally, I think I have great taste in Art, some may argue that fact, thats fine, I just give them a piece of cheese artfully placed on a cracker. This Palette Cheese Tray is awesome, very creative the perfect tray to truly confuse my guests. Thank for this great chance at winning, LOVE IT…

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  211. Helen says:

    I don’t know how you can really enjoy wonderful art without a fabulous cheese… one is food for the body and the other is food for the soul.

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  212. Patsy Banco says:

    Much better taste in art than in cheese! This tray is absolutely a work of art that I could love!

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  213. Vera says:

    This tray is adorable… would love to win it!
    I think I probably have better taste when it comes to cheese.

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  214. Bonnie Heather says:

    Oh I’d love to win this. I love lots of cheese varieties but I have better taste when it comes to art.

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