Having parents who retired to the Low Country,I got my intro to pimento cheese when shopping in local suoermarkets for ingedients for my lunch for fishing trips.I next came across it, priced about a dollar highee at The Carolina Country Store back home in Brooklyn.Imagine my surprise when my wife, born in the Philippines intercepted a care package from my Mom and proceeded to glom about half the cheesy contents.She made amends, though, by whipping up. A batch herself, though she subbed canned buttee (coincidentally from a Guyanese store) for the mayo.The circle widens...
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