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Great stuff here! Thanks for the memories & for sharing!
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.
Just had something similar from our local butcher but maybe with a little Worchesteshire Sauce and hot sauce. Ground, roasted pecans on top too.
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!
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