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Date Posted: 08:04:48 04/29/14 Tue
Author: Blazer(Darlene P.)
Subject: OT Pimento Cheese Recipe

My Mom made Pimento Cheese that was put on white bread for a sandwich ~ out of a hard cheese, I know it was not Velvetta and it did not have Cream Cheese in it. She ran the cheese through a hand grinder. I am trying to find a recipe and figure out what the Cheese was. Thank you for any help, I did a google and see a lot of recipes but they do not sound like hers.
Thank you for your help!
Blazer(Darlene P.)

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[> Re: OT Pimento Cheese Recipe -- LuluTX, 11:54:14 04/29/14 Tue [1]

It's been a lot of years since I made this and I had no recipe. I just shredded cheddar cheese into a large bowl, added a can of chopped pimentos, added enough canned cream of tomato soup to make a good spreadable consistency. Just before making the sandwiches, I shredded hardboiled eggs into the mixture. I don't recall, but I probably added some seasonings to taste. It keeps well when refrigerated. We loved it and my father-in-law expected me to have a bowl ready every time they visited.
My taste test for this concoction was "store-bought" spread and I thought mine was better.

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[> Re: OT Pimento Cheese Recipe -- Blazer(Darlene P.), 12:35:29 04/29/14 Tue [1]

Thanks Lulu,
I never heard of it made that way, when I googled there were so many different types, I think my Mom just used the cheese, pickles or relish,Kraft Salad dressing, maybe a little suger with a little Pimento, I just can't decide what cheese it was.
Thanks again for sharing !
Blazer(Darlene P.)

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[> Re: OT Pimento Cheese Recipe -- Joann, 13:36:18 04/29/14 Tue [1]

Hi Darlene~

Oh my there were a lot of recipes for Pimento Cheese and I just came across this one that sounds pretty good. I'm sure it isn't what you're requesting, but I'm sending along for you to take a look.

Hope you might find it somewhere....Hugs~ Joann


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[> Re: OT Pimento Cheese Recipe -- Blazer(Darlene P.), 07:20:53 04/30/14 Wed [1]

Thanks Joann,
I will checking out your Recipe soon!
Take Care ! Darlene

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