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Pimiento Cheese Spread

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A classic Southern comfort food, this spread is used as an appetizer with crackers, corn chips or celery. It is also smeared between two slices of white bread for sandwiches and as a topping for hamburgers and hot dogs. —Eileen Balmer, South Bend, Indiana
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Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread

Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread

Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread

A classic Southern comfort food, this spread is used as an appetizer with crackers, corn chips or celery. It is also smeared between two slices of white bread for sandwiches and as a topping for hamburgers and hot dogs. —Eileen Balmer, South Bend, Indiana

Pimiento-Olive Cheese Log

Pimiento-Olive Cheese Log

Pimiento-Olive Cheese Log

Pimientos give great color to this soft-textured cheese log. I make it for many occasions throughout the year.

Pimiento Cheese Spread

Pimiento Cheese Spread

Pimiento Cheese Spread

I like to keep this simply delicious spread in the refrigerator so my family can spread some on crackers or bread anytime they need a little snack.—Tammy Moore-Worthington, Aretesia, New Mexico
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Pimiento Cheddar Spread

Pimiento Cheddar Spread

Pimiento Cheddar Spread

I was a theater major in college, and our director's mother always made sure we were well fed. I was particularly fond of her pimento cheese sandwiches and tried making a similar spread for crackers. It tastes just as good as I remember! —Katrina Jameson, Brandon, MS

Roasted Pepper Pimiento-Style Cheese

Roasted Pepper Pimiento-Style Cheese

Roasted Pepper Pimiento-Style Cheese

Pimiento cheese is sometimes known as "the caviar of the South." This spread is so good, it's been requested as gifts. It will keep for several days in the refrigerator (it gets even better overnight). Be sure to use real mayonnaise, not salad dressing, or the cheese will be too sweet. Serve with veggies and crackers or spread on top of grilled burgers. —Jerri Gradert, Lincoln, Nebraska
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