A food artist has created the Christmas nativity scene entirely out of cheddar.
Prudence Staite, a food artist from Gloucestershire, told Premier's News Hour that she used 40 kilograms to carve the detailed stable and characters.
It took her five days and the scene features two donkeys, two sheep, a cow and Three Wise Men carrying gifts for the baby Jesus.
The crib that contains the baby Jesus even includes shaved cheese as straw.
Prudence Staite told Premier's News Hour: "It was about five days of sculpting - and it was one of those jobs I took on without really knowing what I was doing."
The model was commissioned by Pilgrim's Choice, who are displaying it at the Chill Factore in Manchester.
Listen to Premier's Antony Bushfield speak to Prudence Staite here:
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