Recipe Box, Italian Sandwich Ring with Smokey Pimiento Cheese

  Originally when I was developing this recipe, I was thinking I’d make a savory version of a King cake for Mardi Gras         But since Mardi Gras is way yesterday, I decided to just call it an Italian Sandwich Ring         It is actually similar to a New … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Spinach & Pimiento Cheese Gratin

  This recipe combines a steak house favorite Creamed Spinach with a Southern Staple, Pimiento Cheese         Most of the guys I know hate Pimiento Cheese I think they feel like it’s a girly girl dish served at teas and showers which is truly silly So to humor HHjr who has a … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Southern Favorites for Masters Sunday

Sunday at the Masters is a big day at our house HH and HHjr are avid golfers and inherited the cherished tickets from HH’s father they love to go for the first few days of the tournament, but always come back before the last day     We gather around the TV to watch as … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Dreaming of Summer Zucchini & Pimiento Cheese Strata

  “Hey, do we have any more of those little quiche things?” HH asked           “Sure, they’re in the fridge, Warm them up in the microwave, about 20-30 seconds per piece”         I created this dish with Summer on my mind       Even though zucchini is … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Pimiento Cheese Biscuit Bites

These 5 minute Prep biscuits pack a punch with pimiento cheese and french fried onions     I was inspired by a recipe I saw recently on Plain Chicken using fried onions and decided to amp it up even more with pimiento cheese     You can use plain cheddar cheese if you prefer, with … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Pimiento Cheese & Bacon Puff Pastry Eggs

  I’m sure you’ve heard the old adage, “Southerners will fry anything”     Yep, even pimiento cheese!Β  Whaaaaat!!Β  These Pimiento Cheese Fritters are one of my favorites at a local marina   TDF…{to die for} The balls of pimiento cheese are rolled in panko, fried, and drizzled with a heavenly sweet and spicy mustard … Continue reading

  • Follow The Painted Apron on WordPress.com