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Amazing! It was a little heavy on the mayo for my taste, so I added some extra grated cheese and it was perfect! Thanks for posting- this was my first time making pimento cheese and I know I won't need to look for another recipe for next time! So simple, yet so good!

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Megan V September 22, 2009

Delish! The vinegar is key in this recipe. If you don't have sharp cheddar on hand, use a 1/4 tsp (or a dot more) of cayenne pepper. When serving on white bread, consider grilling it like a grilled cheese sandwich... out of this world!

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LilyJDragonfly May 23, 2009

I only had mild cheddar to work with, (decided to make it for hubby at the last minute) so it lost a bit in the translation. However, it was still very good! I did add an extra big glop of mayo because it seemed a bit dry. I will make it again when I have the right cheeses. Rae, thanks for a wonderful recipe! I love to be able to make "store-bought" things at home!

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Rose is Rose February 04, 2008

This is just how my mom makes it. This is excellent, way better than store bought.

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KittyKitty July 10, 2006

I have been looking for a long time for a pimento cheese spread that tasted like the one I use to eat at a drugstore in my hometown. This is it. It must be the addition of the vinegar and sugar. There isn't a vinegar taste at all. Thanks Rae England. Bullwinkle.

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bullwinkle December 10, 2005
Homemade Pimento Cheese