We love to give gifts of pimento cheese. It isn’t a “thing” in the Northeast, where we live. We can’t remember the last time we saw it in a cheese department. Yet it’s such a versatile cheese, to use on bagels, burgers, hors d’oeuvre, crackers and beer, and so much more.
> Here are 20 ways to use pimento cheese.
Pimento cheese is typically made with cheddar, but can be made with any cheese you can grate: jack, gouda, etc. Sometimes it’s mixed with cream cheese for super-spreadability.
For a cheese lover, a gift of pimento cheese can be an eye-opener.
Birdie’s Pimento Cheese, of South Hill, Virginia, is a venture that began as many small food businesses do: selling in local farmers markets.
After continually selling out their stock, Robin and Glenn Allen sold their 25-year-old printing business and set forth to make pimento cheese full-time.
You can buy a dozen different gifts online—all pimento cheeses with accompaniments from artisan crackers to charcuterie to nut mixes and pretzels.
Personally, we’d go for one of every pimento cheese flavor:
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