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Great stuff here! Thanks for the memories & for sharing!

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artfullyadorned December 20, 2014

One of the best cheese logs ever. Simple to make. Freezes well. I wrap each log in saran wrap, then put in rubbermaid containers in my freezer.

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Holly2012 October 20, 2012

Just had something similar from our local butcher but maybe with a little Worchesteshire Sauce and hot sauce. Ground, roasted pecans on top too.

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IndyEater June 16, 2010

I am so happy to find the cheese log my mother made every Christmas. Everyone loved this and I was never quite certain of the ingredients. After making this I knew I had found them. Don't know how my mother came to have this recipe. I grew up on the Kansas side of Kansas City, Missouri..maybe she knew someone from Mexico!

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KathyP53 January 11, 2010

originally from Mexico we have used this cheese recipe for years and yes the butchers name was "Meng Moore". I was glad to find this when I googled it. My suggestion to anyone who likes a spreadleable cheese is to take the time and make this. We add crushed nuts to this recipe and use Ritz crackers. Its awesome

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mark December 25, 2009
Meng Cheese Logs