Friday, January 26, 2024

In Which We Consider a Culinary Masterpiece

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.

Naked guys I'm also glad of

Gavin Reed.  I spent way too long trolling through the Colt website trying to find this his name.


Bruce Jones.  Because I think bandanas are unintentionally hilarious.


Julian Chase. Don't you think he looks a lot like Tom Hardy?



Jake Wilder, from the ancient days of Fox Studio.  Not that Fox Studio, the gay porn one.



Efureimu.  Look, I didn't pick out his stupid name.  Stop giving me a hard time.



The lusciously meaty Tristan MacLeod.



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15 comments:

  1. I have never experienced the full processed taste of "pimento cheese", I have to admit. We do often eat (melted) Cheddar on toast with Branston pickle, but that's more tangy than spicy. Jx

    PS Tristan and his "mushroom dick" might be the best of the selection, methinks...

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    1. My friends Secret Agent Fred and Drumstick both have revealed they do not like pickles. I am afraid I may have to reconsider our friendship.

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    2. What Americans call "pickles" is what we call "gherkins", I believe. "Pickle" over here is a type of relish or, more accurately, chutney, and not confined to cucumbers. I like both. Jx

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  2. Living in the South I know all about the pimento cheese; not growing up here, though, I do not eat it.

    I could nibble the cakes on Mr. Jones, and forgive the bandanna.

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    1. Oh Bob, I am SO disappointed in you. But I forgive you based on your love of Mr. Jones.

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  3. In Philly as a kid they sold pink cream cheese with bits of pimento in it. I thought that was pimento cheese. Live and learn.

    I found this odd YouTube channel this past week.

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    1. I remember that pink cream cheese, it came in little glass jars you reused as juice glasses. Or very generous shots.

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  4. Pimento cheese sounds like tartar sauce with cheese. At least it seems like it might taste better than the wall-patching compound known as "grits".

    Congrats on your choice of models! None seem Photoshopped and only one has skin graffiti. (Isn't "Efureimu" the sound Bjork makes when she sneezes?)

    Anonymous, too

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    1. I love grits, as any true southern boy does. Nothing helps with a hangover like they do. I have no idea what is up with "efureimu" but your theory is the best I can think of.

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  5. I've been looking at the recipes for it online, looks delicious. We have something similar called cheese savoury which is basically grated cheese with finely chopped spring onions mixed with mayonnaise. I'll make some your Southern delicacy when I get home and let 3 and 6 to come over and lick it off my lower regions or realistically whistle for the neighbour's dog to come and lick it off.

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    1. Let us know if it turns into 3 and 6 or the dog, the suspense is killing me

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  6. Grew up on pimento cheese spread, straight from the little shotglass thingie. It was Velveeta cheese-stuff with sweet pickle relish and lots of watery red pimentos that didn't seem to do much except be watery and red. DELISH! Just like the southbound end of a northbound Bruce Jones. Unworried about the headband. UNWORRIED I SAY.

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  7. Très magnifique !
    Reed, Chase et McLeod sont prêt à baiser les derrières globulaires de wilder et jones ave leurs phallus engorgés.
    -Beau Mec à Deauville

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  8. the two are less similar in terms of dick size, the Tom Hardy is much much smaller than Julian Chase.

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