I only discovered, sort of recently, that pimento cheese is considered a Southern delicacy. Is that true? Does the rest of the world not know of this delicousness? If so, you have my sympathy, even my pity.
Pimento cheese is the kind of simple and satisfying food that shows up in school cafeterias and cheap diners and mrpeenee's kitchen. Here, I'll give you the recipe: take grated cheese, add sweet pickle relish, chopped up pimentos, and mayonnaise. Serve on bread. Boom.
Just as a side note, I regard grocery stores offering pre-grated cheese as one of the great technological advances of our time, equal to, possibly greater than, the interweb.
When I was a child, in the dark ages of the Kennedy administration, one would occasionally see it referred to as pimento cheese salad apparently because anything contained in a bowl made up of chopped bits was considered a salad. Also sometimes anything chopped up and encased in jello made the cut as a salad, but that seems like pushing a very questionable envelope.
It is one of my very most favorite food products. The American south has a lot of very problematic elements, but if it is, in fact, a southern phenomenon, it is just one more reason I'm glad I was raised there.
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