Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
I had something similar to this the other day and it was so good! This was adapted from Epicurious.
Make and share this Williamsburg Cheese Shop House Spread recipe from Food.com.
- Place mayonnaise, mustard, worcestershire saucegarlic, sugar and pepper in a blender or food processor.
- Start at a low speed and graduate up to a higher speed. You may need to turn off the blender once or twice and press out air the bubbles with a spatula toget it all blended well.
- Transfer the mix to a bowl.
- Stir in the 1 teaspoon of mustard seed. Put in a covered container and store in refrigerator overnight, to let flavors marry.
- After 24 hours, the spread is ready to use. Use as spread or dip for sandwiches. Enjoy!
Having lived in Williamsburg for many years, I can attest that this recipe taste nothing like the Williamsburg Cheese Shop's (WCS) famous spread. If that is what you are looking for, then there are better copies available (see Savory and Simple for better copy). That said, this is still a good spread for sandwiches and as a bread dip. This has a bit more mustard flavor than the original recipe. Also, the WCS recipe won't have any sugar or garlic. Both flavors can be tasted in this version. If you want a good sandwich spread, give this a try just don't compare it to the original WCS recipe.
Fantastic! Love house dressing. I added a squirt of lemon and used Inglehoffer stone ground mustard (to eliminate the need for mustard seeds - it has whole seeds right in the bottle) at 1.5ish to what's recommended. Dangerously close to the real thing!
I'm told that the real House Dressing only contains 3 ingredients: mayo, Boar's Head mustard, and Sharwood steak sauce. Either way, I'm excited to try this!