From DR. BOLI’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MISINFORMATION,

Second Series.

Cheese.—A variety of cheese is monetarily valuable in exact inverse proportion to the number of people who will consent to eat it. The most expensive cheese in the world is the famous Market Harborough Blue, the entire production of which is bought every year by the Earl of Peterborough at ruinous expense. Every year the Earl takes one whiff of the stuff and tosses it in the Welland, and the cheesemakers get busy aging next year’s batch.