|by Greg Robinson|
In this book, Max and Greg show their ideas for celebration cakes that don't need a piping bag or nozzle.
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Grind cheese, pickles, eggs and pimentos. Mix by ... and 1/4 cup mayonnaise, enough to bind. Season with pepper. Use as a sandwich spread or with crackers.
Slice the ends off of jalapenos and cut in half lengthwise. Remove the seeds and rinse. Fill with pimento cheese and top with bacon bits. Easy but yummy!
Beat with mixer the cheddar and cream cheese together. (Do not ... Stir in mayo, pimento and pepper, blend ... or put in a crock and served with crackers.
Cut cheese up into bite-size ... with the butter, pimento, and sugar. ... Cook the mixture until desired thickness. When it cools, add the salad dressing.
Put rice, salt, ... boil. Stir in cheese; cook stirring ... cooks, stir in pimento. Spread rice ... cup milk down through the rice. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Mix cheese, pimento and dressing mix. ... baking powder. Combine both mixtures and place in buttered casserole. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.
Heat milk over low heat. Add cheese and allow to melt. Add pimento; cool and add mayonnaise. Yields a little over a pint.
Heat milk enough to dissolve cheese. Add ground cheese. Mix and add pimento and remaining ingredients ... stand in refrigerator until thick enough to spread.
Heat cheese and milk until blended. Add sugar, pimento, vinegar and ... 15 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add mayonnaise. Refrigerate.
Grate cheese (it is not ... finely) and dice pimento. Add Carnation ... This makes about 1 quart and when cooled, is a perfect consistency for spreading.
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