EDITORS, PHOTO EDITORS AND PHOTO LIBRARIANS: PLEASE ELIMINATE AP PHOTO LON108 TRANSMITTED WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 2012. PHOTO CONTAINS AN UNIDENTIFIED DIGITAL ABERRATION. NY132 HAS MOVED FO

 

              EDITORS, PHOTO EDITORS AND PHOTO LIBRARIANS: PLEASE ELIMINATE AP PHOTO LON108 TRANSMITTED WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 2012. PHOTO CONTAINS AN UNIDENTIFIED DIGITAL ABERRATION. NY132 HAS MOVED FO
EDITORS, PHOTO EDITORS AND PHOTO LIBRARIANS: PLEASE ELIMINATE AP PHOTO LON108 TRANSMITTED WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 2012. PHOTO CONTAINS AN UNIDENTIFIED DIGITAL ABERRATION. NY132 HAS MOVED FOR REPLACEMENT -- FILE - This is a Jan. 14, 2006 file photo of a street vendor selling regional smoked cheese 'oscypek' in Zakopane, Poland. Little Miss Muffet could have been separating her curds and whey from the sixth millennium B.C., according to a new study that finds the earliest solid evidence of cheese-making. Scientists performed a chemical analysis on fragments from 34 pottery sieves discovered in Poland to determine what they were used for. Until now, experts weren't sure whether such sieves were used to make cheese, beer or honey. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski, File)