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NCgardner    Posted 07-31-2002 at 19:05:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
How do I make homemade pimento cheese using fresh pimentoes. We grew some pimentoes this year for the first time and now I don't know what to do with them. Also, how do you can them?

Rosemary Schuster    Posted 11-07-2008 at 17:17:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Is pimento made from red peppers? How?
What is the difference between roasted red peppers and pimento?

Jerry S    Posted 08-01-2002 at 09:31:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Made a million pounds of this working at a company. One thing you should consider doing is a quick blanch of the vegetable so the enzymes are inactivated and the pimento doesn't deteriorate on you once inside the cheese. The other post about grated cheese and mayo are right on target. Commercially, they use a grinder but you may not have access to one.

Mudcat49    Posted 08-01-2002 at 05:49:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where can I get some seed to grow some?

NC Gardner    Posted 08-01-2002 at 18:23:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
We bought the plants at a garden center but you probably can get the seeds from

Sue    Posted 04-30-2003 at 18:29:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
So Glad I found this sight. I live in Phoenix AZ and have yet to find a fresh pimento. I checked all the gormet grocerys all over town. It has been a running joke now with another woman I cook with when she asks me what she should bring, I always tell her- A fresh Pimento.
I cant wait to go to that website and get the seeds to grow them and bring one to her. Hope they can tollerate the Arizona heat.

Pcc-AL    Posted 08-01-2002 at 04:03:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
We just mix grated cheese, pimento, & mayo. You can add a little sweet relish or oinion if you like.
I have a friend that told me how to keep bell pepper fresh for several months. I'm not sure I remember exactly, but I think he just put the washed pepper in a churn of water. Must have added something to the water, but I don't remember.
I would think you could can pimentos in just plain water similar to the way you can tomatoes. They may need to be seeded and peeled. Good luck.

Rufus Windrow    Posted 07-31-2002 at 20:15:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Never knew anything about growing pimentos, as a matter of fact when I was a kid, they were sorta like candy. My mother used to give me a good swat for sucking the pimentos out of stuffed olives, then spitting the olives (uggh) back into the jar. Never could figure out what she was so upset about until I went to school and learned about germs and all that stuff.

Bob /Ont.    Posted 07-31-2002 at 21:24:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
May be a good thing you warnt so hypalergermetric, could live longer.
Later Bob

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